Alan Seabaugh (R-Shreveport) is a respected attorney and businessman who believes that people, not government, are the key to improving our state. As a State Representative, he has fought for our conservative values and for a better future for our families and will continue to do so as your next State Senator.
Since his election to the legislature in 2010 Alan has been a consistent champion of the basic conservative principles of limited government, free enterprise, individual liberties, and strong traditional families. He has led the fight to keep our families safe through tougher penalties for those who commit violent crimes and common sense criminal judicial administration. He is a leading Pro-Business Legislator in the Louisiana House of Representatives. He has received the Patrick Henry Award and been named
Outstanding Family Advocate by Louisiana Family Forum nine times and has received a A++ rating from the Louisiana Sheriffs’ and Deputies’ Political Action Committee.
Representative Seabaugh’s family roots run throughout Northwest Louisiana. His father was born in Bossier Parish and raised in Sabine and Winn Parishes. His mother was raised in Winn and Natchitoches Parishes. Alan was raised in Shreveport and graduated with honors from Captain Shreve High School in 1985. He then attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge on an academic scholarship. In 1990, he received his Bachelor of Arts degree from LSU. In 1993, he received his law degree from LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center.
Alan has been practicing law since 1994 and is the founding partner of Seabaugh & Sepulvado law firm. He is a member of the Louisiana Supreme Court Committee on Bar Admissions where he helps grade the Constitutional Law section of the Louisiana Bar Exam.
He is a Life Member of the National Rifle Association as well as being a member of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, National Federation of Independent Business, Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce, the Shreveport and Louisiana Bar Associations, the Heritage Foundation, the Federalist Society, and the American Rose Society.
He is licensed to practice in all Louisiana and Texas state courts, in all three U.S. District Courts in the State of Louisiana, and before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, based in New Orleans. His practice includes insurance defense and claims, contracts, wills, successions, real estate law, property law, and civil and commercial litigation.
Alan Seabaugh has been a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives since 2010. He previously served as Vice Chairman of the House Insurance Committee where he was a consistent champion for lower insurance rates. He also serves on the House Civil Law and Procedure, Administration of Criminal Justice and Judiciary Committees. In 2011, he was elected Vice Chairman of the Louisiana House Republican Delegation and held the position through 2016. He previously served as President of the Louisiana, Conservative Caucus where he remains a board member. He is a proud member of the Louisiana Rural Caucus as well as the Legislative Sportsman’s Caucus.
He was recently recognized as an MVP (Most Valuable Policymaker) by the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry for his efforts standing up for the working families of Louisiana and opposing oppressive tax increases. Representative Seabaugh has been named Legislator of the Year by the National Federation of Independent Business, the Louisiana Industrial Development Executives Association and the Childcare Association of Louisiana. Representative Seabaugh has also been honored by the Shreveport Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau.
He is married to the former Laura McClelland (1991 graduate of Northwestern State University) and is the father of four daughters, and has one granddaughter.