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Legislative Scorecard

by Editorial Staff | August 2023
Our updated legislative scorecard is the only thing of its kind in the entire state of Louisiana. It’s specifically designed so legislators will not be able to hack a higher score by selectively coordinated final votes. This is the truest gauge for how your legislator is doing in Baton Rouge…

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David Eaton

David Eaton

Other groups talk about "doing research" but it’s just watching videos and podcasts from shock jock crazies.

Renee Allen

KLFY TV 10

The complaint [filed by Citizens for a New Louisiana] underscores what the chief reportedly did and/or has failed to do.

Timmy Hendrix
Small Business Owner

Timmy Hendrix

I AM EXTREMELY impressed with this production! Keep it coming for us little blue collars that can't be on the front lines.

Louis Perret
Louis Perret

Lafayette Clerk of Court

Citizens for a New Louisiana has changed Lafayette by doing the kind of deep research that journalists used to do.

New York Times

New York Times

The group that started the hubbub over in Lafayette Parish is called Citizens for a New Louisiana. And I know the players. And I had been monitoring who’s involved in all of this.

Carol Ross

News Talk 98.5

Citizens for a New Louisiana does the research that no one else is doing,

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Claire Taylor

The Advocate

Citizens for New Louisiana aims for a conservative presence across the state.

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