Cedric B. Glover
Cedric Bradford Glover (born August 9, 1965) is an American politician and a member of the Democratic Party. He is currently serving as the mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana and is the first African American to hold the position. Glover offered himself as a candidate for the Shreveport City Council District A seat. In November 1990, he became the youngest individual ever elected to the Shreveport City Council. While on the City Council, he served terms as Council Chairman, Chairman of the Public Safety Committee, and was selected Public Official of the Year by the Shreveport chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.
Cedric B. Glover is the Mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana. Cedric Bradford Glover was born on August 9, 1964 to Elizabeth Bradford Glover and late Clarence Ernest. Cedric Glover is the youngest child of his siblings. Cedric went Grambling State University. He is a lifelong resident of Shreveport and was educated in the public and private schools of Caddo Parish. Once out of high school, Glover attended both Grambling State University and Louisiana State University Early in his life, Glover started a Boy Scouts of America troop in the Norwela Council area.
In the November 2008 election, Glover defeated Wooley. Cedric had 37,699 votes which was 64 percent to 21,021 which was 36 percent of the total votes that were taken during the election. He later served with the Volunteers of America Lighthouse program as a program coordinator. Glover then went on to become a regional President for Professional Temporaries USA. In October 1995, Glover was elected to the Louisiana House of Representatives. He was elected by his colleagues to the executive committee of the Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus. On October 24, 2008, Glover vetoed a pay raise proposal that would have included all law enforcement personnel. This was the first veto the mayor used during his term. The pay raise, backed by a Shreveport City Councilman would...
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