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Council Contact Information
District 1: Bryan Tabor, ph. 291.8801, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 2: Kevin Naquin, ph. 291.8802, email: email@example.com
District 3: Josh Carlson, ph. 291.8803, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 4: John Guilbeau, ph. 291.8804, email: email@example.com
District 5: AB Rubin, ph. 291.8805, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 1: Pat Lewis, ph. 291.5101, email: email@example.com
District 2: Andy Naquin, ph. 291-5102, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 3: Liz Hebert, ph. 291-5103, email: email@example.com
District 4: Nanette Cook, ph. 291-5104, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 5: Glen Lazard, ph. 291-5105, email: email@example.com
What we’ve been up to
The League of Women Voters hosted its state convention in Lafayette in March of 2023. Several LWV Lafayette members helped with the event, hosted at Vermilionville. The theme of the convention was “EnviroCivics: Climate, Communities, and Democracy”. We...
During the 2023 election season the LWV is hosting several candidate forums across Lafayette Parish. All candidate forums are from 6:30-7:30pm, and doors open at 6:00pm. They will be broadcast live on Acadiana Community Media (AOC) with full recordings...
The LWV Lafayette hosted a zoom session with Acadiana demographer Mike Hefner to discuss all things redistricting in Louisiana. See here for video of event.
February, 2022. LWVLA President, M. Christian Green testified at the Lafayette Parish and City Council special session on redistricting. LWV of Lafayette adopted a motion at its annual meeting in February affirming positions taken by the state league...
In 2022 our drives at LPSS high schools were paused as guidance from the Secretary of State’s office engaged the Lafayette Parish School Board in election activities.Read here for more information regarding our efforts to host voter registration drives in...
The LWV Lafayette partnered with the NAACP of Lafayette to host a community forum for the finalists for the Lafayette Police Chief. See here for an Advocate article discussing the candidate forum.
In October of 2022, LWV Lafayette partnered with two local organizations, Women of Wisdom and 100 Black Men of Greater Lafayette to host a candidate forum for Lafayette City Court Judges. See here for link to video of forum.
What's on the BallotLafayette City and Parish Tax PropositionsParishwide Proposition No. 1 of 4Airport Millage Renewal - 1.71 Mills Renewal - PC - 10 Yrs. ● A YES vote supports continuing the mill for the airport.● A NO vote would eliminate this mill for airport....
In her humble and modest manner, Thetis Cusimano was a trailblazer. She believed in good government, fairness, and treating people with respect and dignity. In her personal, professional, and civic engagement endeavors, she fought for what she believed.In...
Press ReleaseLafayette, LA (January 31, 2021) – Recent actions by the Lafayette Public Library Board and the Mayor-President’s office to deny a grant-supported public discussion of voting rights and ballot access in the United States raises questions for the League of...
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