Livingston Parish supports Ivy Graham
What does a legislator do?
State representatives introduce and vote on bills that represent the interests of their constituents (people who live in their voting district). They create new laws, modify or update old laws and serve on research committees within the legislative branch. The responsibility of serving through state representation should not be taken lightly; our state representatives should be industrious, visible, engaged and accessible. After all, your state representative is your resource for getting your voice heard in Baton Rouge.