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We are excited to announce that the Independent Party of Louisiana has officially endorsed Hunter Lundy for governor!
To read the full endorsement, click below.
Lundy can easily walk the line between Christian-influenced conservatism and taking a more moderate approach when it comes to financial issues, like investing in education,” the Independent Party said in its endorsement. He supports renewing the half-cent sales tax that will roll off after 2024 in order to keep investments into early childhood education and infrastructure. Hunter Lundy also has represented poor communities that suffered from industrial pollution as a trial attorney in Lake Charles.”
The Independent Party said Lundy “brings a message of hope.” If you’re looking for Hope – vote #11 Hunter Lundy for Governor.Read more
You can’t put it much more bluntly than independent Hunter Lundy did at Friday’s televised governor’s debate “Shawn Wilson cannot win this race. He has zero chance of winning the race,” Lundy said, tryin
to position himself as an alternative to the party favorites in next month’s election.
A look at the Republican-heavy field for Louisiana governor might lead one to support Lundy’s take on the situation for the top Democrat in the race. But that would be a hasty assumption based on multiple considerations unique to this election.Read more
Hunter Lundy takes part in the first televised debate of the Louisiana governorÕs race at the WWL-TV Studios in New Orleans, Thursday, Sept. 7, 2023. The debate was sponsored by the Advocate, WWL, WBRZ, KATC, KBTS, PAR and Urban League.
Hunter Lundy, a political independent from Lake Charles, agreed on economic issues with Wilson, who served as transportation secretary under Gov. John Bel Edwards, who is also a Democrat. But on social issues, Lundy lined up with Hewitt, a state senator from Slidell, Schroder, the treasury secretary, and Waguespack, who spent nearly a decade as president of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry. All three are Republicans.Read more
Crime, poverty, and education are linked. We fix crime and we fix poverty by fixing education.Read more