New Orleans Democrats Need to Vote Early and In-Person

October 1, 2020

With the 2020 Presidential election weeks away, voters in New Orleans might be tempted to think that their individual vote will not impact the results of the election.  After all, New Orleans is a big blue Democratic city located in a red state that has not gone blue since the 1992 Presidential election. The truth, […]

Be a Part of the Solution to Covid-19

March 16, 2020

  Like many of you, I watched the Mayor’s press conference yesterday at 3:00 p.m. anxiously anticipating the next steps our city might take to try to control the spread of the novel coronavirus.  First, the Mayor rightfully expressed her frustration with this weekend’s large crowds on Bourbon Street and the St. Patty’s Day gathering […]

Republicans Choose Their Louisiana “Democrat” – Aimee Freeman

November 9, 2019

It’s an unfortunate fact that state and local-level elections often pull in fewer voters than presidential elections. This is unfortunate because it is state-level elections that can either promote or fight against gerrymandering. As we head into Louisiana’s 2019 elections, the 2020 Census is only five months away. Those elected to the state legislature will […]

It Will be a Long and Costly Fight

September 30, 2019

As a candidate for the Louisiana House of Representatives, I am focused on those issues that directly affect the residents of District 98. Like you, countless issues of national importance keep me awake at night. I am, however, careful not to mislead anyone about my reach as a state representative. Certain issues, such as immigration, […]

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