Bringing your voice back to city government!

A Message From Candidate Grayson Boucher

Shreveport is my community and Shreveport is home. It’s where I met my wife of 24 years and where my children were born, educated and raised. 

From the Great Raft and the tireless work of Captain Henry Miller Shreve in the 1830's to overcoming the Yellow Fever outbreak in 1873 to facing the issues of the day, the people of Shreveport have always been strong and hardworking, with a can-do spirit

With all of us working together, we can continue to move Shreveport forward. I believe Shreveport’s best days are yet to come. I am excited and energized to be a part of Shreveport’s future.  

I recently resigned my position as of Justice of the Peace (Caddo Parish Ward 8), a post I have truly enjoyed for the past four years, because I believe I can better serve the community as a member of the Shreveport City Council. I am ready for the challenge and ready to get to work. Now is the time for Shreveporters to come together and move our city forward.  

I have a plan, I have perseverance and I have a proven track record. I humbly ask for your support. Please share my enthusiasm for Shreveport’s future with your family, friends, and colleagues. I promise to be your voice on the Shreveport City Council.

Thanks so much to everyone for your personal and financial support!

Sincerely,

Grayson Boucher

 

News

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 10:21 AM

Grayson Boucher to formally announce candidacy; meet voters

Join Grayson Boucher from 5:30-7:00 pm on Thursday, July 19, at Bella Fresca Bistro, 608 Absinthe Court, Twelve Oaks, where he will announce his candidacy for Shreveport City Council.


Thursday, May 24, 2018 12:18 PM

Former Southeast Shreveport Fire Chief and Justice of the Peace to seek City Council post

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