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Join Mike Johnson in Lafayette Monday, Nov. 28

The following was emailed out this morning by Republican National Committeeman Ross Little, Jr. from Louisiana:

Rep. Mike Johnson

Rep. Mike Johnson

Republican Mike Johnson will face Democrat Marshall Jones in the December 4 runoff for the 4th Congressional District seat in Louisiana.

It's one of the most significant campaigns remaining in America.

Johnson will be in Lafayette 6:00-7:30 pm on Monday, November 28 for a fund-raising reception at the home of Stuart and Kim Bishop, 111 Southpark Dr. in Lafayette.  RSVP with this form.

Johnson's opponent, Marshall Jones is a Democrat who has been endorsed by fellow Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards and by Louisiana Democrat Party Chair Karen Carter Peterson.

Johnson is a constitutional attorney who has dedicated his life and career to fighting for the fundamental freedoms and traditional values that are still cherished by the people of Louisiana.

As a member of the Louisiana Legislature, Johnson was named an "MVP for Business" by LABI, an "Outstanding Family Advocate" by Louisiana Family Forum and an "A" rating from the NRA Political Action Fund.

Rep. Stuart Bishop

Rep. Stuart Bishop

Johnson is welcomed to Lafayette by State Representative Stuart Bishop of Lafayette.

Bishop serves as Chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources and Environment.




Posted on November 21, 2016 and filed under Mike Johnson, Louisiana.

State Representative Stuart Bishop's Re-Election Announcement

State Rep. Stuart Bishop (R-Laf) announced his intention to see reelection in his district yesterday. Accompanied by Rep. Joel Robideaux and former Congressman Mike Michot, Bishop released the following statement:  

I’m honored to represent Lafayette Parish and am thankful for the opportunity to continue serving our community. Over the past four years, I’ve worked hard to pass common sense legislation to bring greater transparency to state government, strengthen ethics standards, cut bureaucratic red tape for families and businesses, protect our oil and gas industry, improve voting opportunities, access and technology and sustain our sportsman’s paradise. I’m ready to continue moving our Louisiana forward.

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Posted on August 13, 2015 and filed under Republicans, Louisiana.

Paycheck Protection Act Has Been Shelved For Now in Louisiana Legislature

Photo source:  LABI

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Rep. Stuart Bishop (R-Lafayette) has shelved the Paycheck Protection Act for the time being in the Louisiana Legislature.  This will allow the bill to be brought back at a later point in time.  Supporters of the bill continue to grow, with Sen. David Vitter, Louisiana gubernatorial candidate, tweeting out his full support.

The purpose of the bill is to prevent the state government from automatically withholding union dues from the paychecks of government employees. We still have a long way to go before this bill becomes law, but this was an important step as liberal union leaders killed similar legislation in this committee twice before.

There is still time to urge your elected representatives in the Louisiana legislature to support this bill and stop the state from acting in the capacity of a union bill collector.

Posted on May 13, 2015 and filed under David Vitter, Louisiana.


As earlier reported, Rep. Stuart Bishop (R-Lafayette) has worked to advance his Paycheck Protection Act, HB 418, in the Louisiana House of Representatives.  The purpose of the Paycheck Protection Act is to "end the practice of taxpayer sponsored payroll deductions to support government union political machines." This bill will force unions to use their own resources and staff to collect dues from public employees and not depend upon taxpayer resources.

Naturally, this is being met with quite a bit of opposition from the unions in this state that depend upon the government for doing their own dirty work.  Therefore, it is imperative that legislators be contacted to support this bill and vote YES for HB 418 when it comes on the House floor.

Americans for Prosperity has made it easy to contact your state legislator on this issue.  The webpage Support Taxpayer Protection in Louisiana can be used.

Posted on May 5, 2015 and filed under Louisiana.