Our City

THE ISSUES AT HAND
Let Us Restore Our City

Shreveport needs mature, experienced leadership with proven passion and love for Shreveport, not because it might open new opportunities for them down the line, but because Shreveport deserves their love and devotion. Turning the ship will require work with people from all quarters of Shreveport by someone with deep relationships built over a lifetime of service to the city.

Many Shreveporters feel we have lost our way. Many former Shreveporters have voted with their feet. The city’s population declined almost 10% between 1980 and 2020.

PUBLIC SAFETY

We need targeted policing, especially in high crime neighborhoods. Results

you can see.

PUBLIC FINANCE

We must return public confidence in the city’s finances, and transparency to help citizens decide spending priorities. We must use generational funds for generational purposes.

BLIGHT

Blight encourages people to leave the central city and creates the environment for crime. Blight must go.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

We must re-engage our business leaders and citizens in neighborhoods to grow local businesses while looking for outside investment.

YOUTH

We must provide good neighborhood facilities and activities for our young people. 

DEVELOPMENT

We must streamline the development process