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"I ask for your prayers and support as we continue on this journey of progress. I have proven to be a strong and focused leader. I know what it takes to find solutions, navigate the complicated governmental agencies, and get things done. I ask that you elect me, Patrick "Pat" Lewis, as your District 44 State Representative." (PROVEN LEADERSHIP)


  • 2019 City-Parish Vice Chair

  • Served on many committees and governing boards.

  • Hosted many town hall meetings.

  • Attended coterie and neighborhood meetings.

  • Presented numerous proclamation

  • Trophies presented to State Championship winners:      Lafayette Christian Academy boys and girls basketball teams  Lafayette Christian Academy boys football team            Carencro High School boys basketball team

  • Ribbon Cuttings:                                                                             New McDonald's Restaurant located at University/Renaud.   New Acadian Ambulance location on University Ave.             New Sonic Drive Inn located on West Willow St.



  • Resurfaced Roads - $600,000

  • Traffic calming speed lumps - $80,000

  • Neighborhood security camera - $50,000

  • Gym Equipment donated to Northside High School

  • Music instruments donated by Dopsie to Clifton Chenier Library

  • Demolition of blighted properties

  • Railroad crossing repaired on Simcoe Street

  • Some drainage issues resolved

  • J-turn on University Ave - $98,000

  • Brook Point Apartments - $32 million

  • Vermilion Lofts 1&2 -$12 million

  • Mouton’s Bed and Breakfast - $2 million

  • Rock n Bowl de Lafayette-$4 million 




  • Walker Road Drainage - $5.8 million

  • North St. Antoine Ext. - $12.4 million

  • Willow St. Widening - $8.2 million

  • Deballion Park Pavillion - $300,000

  • New MLK Fire Station - $1.7 million

  • Round About @ N. University and Renaud Dr. - $4 million

  • University @ Stone Ave. right turn lane - $98,000

  • N. University initiative - $5.2 million




Crime is a serious matter to me.  6 years ago my home was broken into while my wife and I were asleep. I know how it feels to be the victim of a crime.


I have and will continue to work with the administration, law enforcement and the community to make District 1 a safer place to live, work, and for our children to play.


There is still so much we can accomplish together to continue progress in our community. The fight goes on and I will lead the effort to continue the important work of developing our community.


I will work with the administration, developers, property owners and the community to find solutions to the issues we face for District 44. I know that we can continue to change the landscape of our community for a better tomorrow.

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