Wednesday, 19 June 2013 14:35
Louisiana political list: Jindal, Landrieu, Villere, Peterson and whom?
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louisiana-politics Louisiana is full of it.  Full of characters, personalities, food, places to go, people to meet, culture, and of course, politics.

 

Certainly, you cannot have politics without the political people.

So, today, we welcome to Bayoubuzz lists.  What are the Bayoubuzz lists?

It is a new way to create lists, special lists, where others can contribute, give feedback and express.

Today, we have created a list of people who are making a difference in Louisiana politics and government. 

Some are charged with major decisions for the people of this state or communities; Others are charged with enthusiasm in trying to make a difference.

This is just the beginning of a list.  It is a list of people who are doing important things for Louisiana, who have a strong voice in providing leadership, or who are simply newsmakers or individuals making news.  

We are sure that you have your own contributions to his list and so we ask you to add your names of people you believe should be included.

So, please participate.  How? 

You can vote individual list items up or down, to eventually reorder the list,  or you can add new list item suggestions.

You can share the lists by email, facebook google plus, email and carrier pigeon. Well, not yet.

So, click, add and enjoy.

If you would like to create a list for Bayoubuzz, please do This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. We would love to get your input.  We'll put it on our next list.

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