SPONSORED: Picard Participates In Collaborative Panel Discussion

As Chair-Elect of the Council for a Better Louisiana (CABL) and member of the Committee of 100, Tyron Picard recently participated in a panel discussion at the Committee of 100 Economic Development Inc. (C100) Annual Fall Meeting. The panel included Picard representing CABL, Robert Scott representing Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana (PAR), and Erich […]

The Tuesday Tracker, Sponsored By Harris, DeVille & Associates

The Tuesday Tracker, Sponsored By Harris, DeVille & Associates By MITCH RABALAIS (mitch@lapolitics.com) & JEREMY ALFORD (jja@lapolitics.com) “I understand that in one election ZaSu Pitts, Charlie Chaplin and Babe Ruth all voted for you.  You’ve got some fantastic electors in your parish.” —William F. Buckley asking Judge Leander Perez a question during their 1968 debate on “Firing Line” […]

SPONSORED: TPG Attends Microsoft Consultant’s Retreat

TPG’s Mike Michot and Evan Boudreaux recently attended the 2018 Microsoft State Governmental Affairs Consultant’s Retreat, providing an opportunity to meet other Microsoft consultants from across the country. The two-day retreat offered educational seminars and tours for state governmental affairs consultants. Touring Microsoft’s cyber security center, Michot and Boudreaux learned how Microsoft is leading the […]

The Tuesday Tracker, Sponsored By Harris, DeVille & Associates

The Tuesday Tracker, Sponsored By Harris, DeVille & Associates October 30, 2018 Issue No. 163 Special “BRUH!” Edition By: Mitch Rabalais (mitch@lapolitics.com) and Jeremy Alford (jja@lapolitics.com) JJA’s TURNOUT ABACUS SAYS… 28-30 PERCENT? OR MAYBE, LIKE, 30-35 PERCENT? I DON’T KNOW, BRUH… Anything is better than 13 percent, unless it’s actually less than 13 percent… But you already […]

SPONSORED: The Picard Group

The Tuesday Tracker, Sponsored By Harris, DeVille & Associates

The Tuesday Tracker, Sponsored By Harris, DeVille & Associates October 23, 2018 — Issue No. 162 By Mitch Rabalais (mitch@lapolitics.com) & Jeremy Alford (jja@lapolitics.com) SO SAYETH THE LOUISIANA KENNEDY The junior senator speaks (sorta) Plus Abraham buying big A bare-bones memo from the home team TO: All the Trackers out there FR: LaPolitics HQ RE: Fear & […]

SPONSORED: LPCA Hold 35th Annual Conference

TPG’s client Louisiana Primary Care Association (LPCA) held their 35th Annual Conference last week at the Shreveport Convention Center. LPCA serves as the trade association and collective voice of Louisiana’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (commonly known as Community Health Centers). With 36 Community Health Centers in Louisiana collectively operating over 260 individual healthcare delivery sites, […]

The Tuesday Tracker Sponsored By Harris, DeVille & Associates

October 16, 2018 — Issue No. 161 By Jeremy Alford (JJA@LaPolitics.com) & Mitch Rabalais (Mitch@LaPolitics.com) (Printable PDF) THREE-WEEK WARNING!THE CAMPAIGNING WILL BE TELEVISEDPUTIN VS. ARDOIN…RICK & SHARON… PLUS OTHER #LASOS STUFF…   “You know when the hottest political story going is the voting machines, there’s a problem.”That take on this year’s lone statewide election was offered up last week  […]

CORRECTION (LaPolitics Weekly 10.12.18)

In a “Field Notes” brief from yesterday’s LaPolitics Weekly, we erroneously reported that the Plaquemines Parish Council voted 4-3 to remove themselves from coastal restoration litigation aimed at the oil and gas industry. In fact, the Council’s vote was 4-3 against withdrawing. As of now, the parish’s 21 suits against 68 individual companies still stand.

The WEDNESDAY Tracker, Sponsored By Harris DeVille & Associates

October 10, 2018 — Issue No. 160 By Jeremy Alford (JJA@LaPolitics.com) & Mitch Rabalais (Mitch@LaPolitics.com) RISPONE IS IN Fast Eddie & Gov. Edwards are first in line (No. Not that Fast Eddie & Gov. Edwards. We’re talking about the new Fast Eddie & Gov. Edwards) It’s official. There are now two declared candidates running for […]