- October 14, 2023 - Elected to the Louisiana Senate (District 22) receiving 61% of the vote against four competitors.
- 2023 - Received a 100% Pro-Life Voting Record with Louisiana Right to Life as a State Legislator.
- 1 of only 19 to vote against breaking the spending cap (SCR3 2023)
- Introduced HB311 (2023) seeking a constitutional amendment to prohibit the use of funds and resources from a foreign government or a nongovernmental source for the conduct of elections and for the functions and duties related to the administration and conduct of elections as provided in the election code except as specifically authorized by law or by the secretary of state in accordance with policies established in accordance with law
- Co-sponsored HB462 (2023) to require each public school governing authority to post on its website certain fiscal information and requires the treasurer to post the information on the website of the Dept. of the Treasury
- Introduced HB466 (2023) to provide for additional topics to be covered in the online handgun education course that is provided to La. residents
- Introduced HB531 (2023) to create the Louisiana Industrial Product Certification Act and provides for the program
- Introduced HB811 (2022) prohibiting the use of private funds to pay election-related expenses
- Introduced HB868 (2022) seeking the creation of a two-hour online handgun education course at no cost to Louisiana residents
- Introduced HB978 (2022) prohibiting certain governmental contracts with companies that discriminate against firearm and ammunition industries
- Introduced HB1040 (2022) to require payment-processing companies to return payments if those funds cannot be delivered to the intended recipient
- Introduced HR218 (2022) requesting that the state Dept. of Education study school safety issues and submit a written report of findings and conclusions, including any recommendations for related legislation
- Supports School Choice
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