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  • Tuesday, June 28, 2016

    RELEASE: Fayard Stands Against Insider Cronyism In Election; Expresses Disappointment With NFIB Selection Process

    (Baton Rouge, LA) — On Monday, the Louisiana chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) made clear its intention to exclude Caroline Fayard, the only small businesswoman running for Louisiana’s open United States Senate seat, from its candidates’ forum scheduled for Wednesday June 29 in Baton Rouge and co-sponsored by the Louisiana Restaurant Association and Louisiana Retailers Association. Invited candidates have been restricted to four political insiders and who have collectively held public office for 76 years—Treasurer John Kennedy, Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell, Congressman Charles Boustany, and Congressman John Fleming.

  • Tuesday, June 28, 2016

    RELEASE: Legendary Consultant James Carville Endorses Caroline Fayard For Senate

    This afternoon, storied political consultant and Louisiana native, James Carville, announced his support of Caroline Fayard for United States Senate. In an email to supporters, Carville described Caroline as, “the real deal,” going on to say that she’s the only candidate in the race with the, “guts, the ability, and the heart to beat the Jindal/Vitter gang.”

  • Thursday, June 23, 2016

    RELEASE: Caroline Fayard Releases Statement in Reaction to Shooting of Two Ouachita Sheriff’s Deputies

    “In the wake of yet another violent assault on Louisiana law enforcement, my thoughts are in Monroe with the two Ouachita Sheriff’s Deputies who were shot while serving a felony warrant this morning.  As we wait for updates regarding the condition of the deputies, my prayers are with them and their families.

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