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Eight years of steady growth, progress and achievement has put Lafayette on the map - and made us the destination for opportunity, jobs and culture.
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Lafayette City-Parish President Joey Durel presented the UL-Lafayette College of Nursing with a proclamation for being named the Outstanding College of Nursing in Louisiana.

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Support the Campaign

There are a lot of ways to support the campaign, and we need everyone's help to keep Lafayette moving forward.  Please contact the campaign if you have ideas of ways to support the campaign that are not listed below.

There are lots of ways that you can help! 

  • Make a donation-- contributions at all levels are appreciated.  Fill out the form below, and you will be directed to PayPal to complete your secure donation.
  • Put out a yard sign. Contact Joey to find how how you can get a yard sign.
  • Host a neighborhood party/meeting. Schedule Joey to come talk to your group.
  • Walk for Joey .  More information will be available soon if you are interested in walking your neighborhood for Joey.

We need the support of all of Lafayette to continue the work into the next four years.

If you would prefer to contribute by check, please mail to: 

           Durel Campaign
           P.O. Box 60504
           Lafayette, LA 70596

Contributions are limited to a maximum of $2500 per person or any legal entity, per election cycle.

 
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Consolidation

The Charter Commission has recommended a change in consolidation. It would keep the services we receive consolidated, keeping the efficiencies we now have. But it would divide the government into a pure parish government and a pure city government for Lafayette. Do you support the Charter Commission's recommendation?

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