Dr. Bill Cassidy, a liver specialist and graduate from Louisiana State University, was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2008 to represent the people of the Sixth District. Cassidy represented the 16th District in the Louisiana Senate. Dr. Cassidy served Louisiana's 6th Congressional District until defeating Mary Landrieu in 2014 for the U.S. Senate. He is married with three children.
Senator John Kennedy
John Kennedy was elected to the United States Senator in 2016 having previously served as Louisianan's Treasurer, Secretary of the Department of Revenue, Special Counsel to Governor Buddy Roemer and Secretary of Governor Roemer’s Cabinet. He resides with his wife Becky and son Preston in Madisonville, LA.
Congressman Steve Scalise
Steve Scalise was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in May 2008 to fill the vacancy left when Bobby Jindal assumed the governorship and was re-elected in November 2008 and 2010. In Washington, Scalise serves an Assistant Republican Whip and is a member of the Energy and Commerce Committee. He is married with two young children.
Congressman Ralph Abraham
Dr. Abraham is the Congressman serving Louisiana's 5th District. He is a rural family physician, veteran, farmer, pilot, former veterinarian, husband, father & grandfather.
Congressman Garret Graves
Congressman Graves represents Louisiana’s Sixth Congressional District. He sits on the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, of which he is a member of the Subcommittees on Highways and Transit, Water Resources and the Environment (Vice Chairman), and Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation. Garret is also a member of the House Committee on Natural Resources, where he is assigned to the Subcommittees on Energy and Mineral Resources, and Public Lands and Environmental Regulation. Congressman Graves is married and has three children.
Captain Clay Higgins
Clay Higgins is the Congressman from Louisiana's Third Congressional District. The outspoken Conservative serves on both the Homeland Security & Veteran's Affairs Committees.
Captain Clay Higgins is a lifelong resident of Louisiana. He has served Acadiana in Law Enforcement for the last eleven years and currently serves as Deputy Marshal for the City of Lafayette.
Higgins is best known for his Crimestopper videos for the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office. The program was one of the most successful in the history of law enforcement. Most of the featured crimes were solved and what was amazingly significant was that many of the suspects responded to Uncle Clay's message of redemption and turned themselves. Captain Higgins visited some of those men in jail. There, mutual respect was shared between fellow Americans, two men... a cop and an inmate... joined in prayer. Redemption and hope was embraced. Sometimes, two men wept.
Higgins received his initial training in police work when serving as a military police officer in the United States Army. He served honorably and attained the rank of E-6 Staff Sergeant.