Out-of-state gambling interests are targeting a choice piece of real estate for yet another Louisiana casino – this time on St. Tammany’s Northshore in Slidell. This has serious consequences, not just for Slidell, but for the whole state.

The company that plans to operate this casino, Peninsula Pacific Entertainment (P2E), is the same company that closed its casino project in Bossier City and laid off hundreds – breaking its promise to its employees and the people of Bossier.

Here are some things to consider:

Gambling isn’t a path to financial stability or independence — for most players, it will never be anything but a loss of wealth.

Your vote is important for the future of St Tammany Parish!

Early voting is underway through Saturday, Dec. 4th from 8:30 am-6 pm and the deadline to request an absentee ballot is Dec. 7th by 4:30 pm.

Notably, St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Randy Smith and Slidell Police Chief Randy Fandal warned a casino could bring increased crime to our community, and as LFF and other local groups have cautioned, the casino will likely negatively impact families with increased gambling addictions.

St. Tammany Parish – make sure you vote on
Saturday, December 11th!

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