Here are the members of the Hall of Fames Class of 2014:
Marshall Brown served two terms in the state House of Representatives and two terms on the State Board of Education. He was a Democratic national committeeman and was respected within the state and nationally as a political operator, strategist and fundraiser.
John Fournet served as speaker of the House of Representatives, lieutenant governor, associate justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court and chief justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Richard Dick Guidry served as a state representative until his retirement in 1972. He was elected to the House of Representatives in 1961 at the age of 21, which made him the youngest state representative in Louisiana history.
John Hunt II was a nephew of Govs. Huey P. Long and Earl K. Long, who practiced law in Monroe. He was appointed by Gov. John McKeithen to fill District 3s seat on the Public Service Commission after McKeithen was elected governor. In 1966, Hunt won a full six-year term to that same seat.
Rose McConnell Long was appointed to complete the U.S. Senate term of her late husband, Huey P. Long, which made her Louisianas first female senator. She then won a special election to serve the remaining months of her husbands term.
Edward Bubby Lyons is the only politician in Louisiana history to serve as mayor of two different cities, Houma and Mandeville. He has also served as a Terrebonne Parish police juror, president of Terrebonne Parish and interim councilman-at-large in Mandeville. Lyons also held elected posts in the Louisiana Municipal Association and the Louisiana Police Jury Association.