Here are links to reach State and Federal Government officials or departments which may be of interest:

State Government:

Governor John Bel Edwards – 225-342-7015. Website:
Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser – 225-342-7009 Website:
Sec. of State Tom Schedler – 225-922-2880 Website:
Attorney General Jeff Landry 225-326-6769 Website:
Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Mike Strain- 225-922-1234 website:
Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon – 225-342-5900 website:

Other State Agencies:

Dept of Education – Superintendent John White – 225-342-3602  website:
Dept of Health & Hospitals  – 225-342-9500 website:
Dept of Environmental Quality – 225-219-3953  -
Dept of Public Safety- 225-925-6006 – website:
Public Service Commission – 225-342-4999 – website:

Federal Government:

The White House - Comments: 202-456-1111  Switchboard: 202-456-1414
White House website: 
To email the White House, go to the website and click on the “Contact Us” tab on the upper right corner.
Senator Bill Cassidy –  Metairie 504-838-0130  Baton Rouge: 225-929-7711 for other locations, or to email the Senator, see the website:
Senator David Vitter – Baton Rouge: 225-383-0331. for other locations, or to email the Senator, see the
Congressman Steve Scalise – District 1 – 504-837-1259 – email and website:
Congressman Cedric Richmond – District 2 – 504-288-3777 – email and website:
Congressman Charles Boustany M.D. – District 3 – 337-235-6322 – email and website:
Congressman John Fleming M.D.  – District 4 -318-798-2254 – email and website:
Congressman Ralph Abraham, M.D. – District 5 – 318-322-3500 (Monroe) email and website:
Congressman Garret Graves – District 6 – 225-442-1731 – email and website:

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