Louisiana AFL-CIO Endorses Ryan Trundle for United States Congress
Ryan Trundle, candidate for the Fourth Congressional District of Louisiana, has earned the Louisiana AFL-CIO’s endorsement in his bid for U.S. Congress. The delegates in attendance at the 2018 Louisiana AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE) Convention voted unanimously to endorse Trundle’s candidacy for U.S. Representative.
The Louisiana AFL-CIO is one of nearly 500 state and local labor councils of AFL-CIO. The Louisiana AFL-CIO represents more than 100,000 workers and their families in Louisiana. Trundle’s proactive stance on workers’ rights, strengthening Social Security and Medicare, and advocacy for social and economic justice earned him the unanimous endorsement.
Trundle has already received the endorsement of the Citizen’s Coalition for Democratization and earned the Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction.
Natchitoches residents host meet-and-greet with US House of Representatives, District 4 candidate
Nearly 80 residents of Natchitoches met at the home of Rodney and Cindy Allen July 21 for a meet-and-greet with Ryan Trundle, a newly registered Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, District 4. Trundle will oppose incumbent Republican Mike Johnson in the midterm elections on Nov. 6.Continue reading »
Louisiana's 4th District Congressional Forum
We invited Ryan Trundle, Democratic candidate for U.S. Representative in Louisiana's 4th District, to sit down and answer questions sent in by constituents.
Taking Back Our Streets: 2 political newcomers look to fight crime
Ryan Trundle has also tried to help take back our streets. He was also featured in our 30-minute special “Taking Back Our Streets”.
Trundle too is running for political office. He announced he is running for U.S. Congress, for Louisiana’s District 4 seat.
The community activist says working in the neighborhoods influenced him to run for office.Continue reading »
Congressional cycle showing signs of life
There’s also a freshman from the Shreveport region who could ride his “civility pledge” into a second term. A constitutional scholar who got his political start in Legislature, Congressman Mike Johnson (4th District) may only face a single challenger in his first bid for re-election.
Ryan Trundle, a Democrat who supports Obamacare and legalizing marijuana, is the lone candidate standing so far. Johnson, in comparison, is a member of the ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus and he has a campaign kitty of nearly $500,000.Continue reading »
We interview candidate Ryan Trundle about his campaign for the 4th Congressional District from Louisiana.Continue reading »
Ryan Trundle: Standing for Truth in the Disinformation Age
Ryan Trundle is a Shreveport environmental activist and father of two who has declared as a candidate for Congress in Louisiana’s 4th Congressional District. Qualifying is July 18-20, but it appears that Trundle will be the sole challenger to freshman incumbent Republican Congressman Mike Johnson.Continue reading »
Trundle to announce 4th District run
Ryan Trundle, Democratic candidate for the 4th District seat in Congress, will set the direction for his campaign in a kick-off event at 846 Texas Ave on Sat, June 16, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.Continue reading »
This Is a Crucial Week in the Fight Against the Keystone XL Pipeline — Here’s How to Get Involved
With hearings to determine the fate of Keystone XL happening right now, pipeline fighters gathered in Nebraska this weekend to stand up for our climate, communities, and human rights.Continue reading »
Protest 101: Learn about civil disobedience this weekend
North Louisiana for Earth and Water Justice, a local environmental activist group, is hosting a nonviolent direct action training, free and open to all members of the public.Continue reading »
Bayou Bridge pipeline's impact on SBC: Not in My Bayou, Part 2
"A few including myself were upset about the billions of dollars our state gives wealthy oil companies, while gutting programs that actually help people like TOPS," said Ryan Trundle, the coordinator for the Shreveport-Bossier group. "It is inconceivable that there is more benefit to let a Texas company destroy our beautiful wetlands to transport North Dakota oil that will be sold overseas than education, health and the livelihood of the people that depend on the Atchafalaya Basin."Continue reading »
Tattoos for Standing Rock
Ryan Trundle went to the camp over Memorial Day weekend, bringing with him supplies and hundreds of gift cards he had gathered from the community. He chose to get the Standing Rock tattoo because he also felt changed by what he experienced at camp.Continue reading »
'Not in My Bayou': Local group prepares to protest La. pipeline
A newly formed Shreveport environmental activist group plans to travel to Baton Rouge to protest an incoming pipeline that threatens parts of the state’s wetlandsContinue reading »
Protesters in Shreveport join in 'Day of Action' against Dakota Access Pipeline
Peaceful protesters gathered outside the Federal Courthouse in Shreveport Tuesday to rally against the Dakota Access Pipeline project.Continue reading »
Locals protest pipeline through sacred tribal lands
A local nonprofit has joined in national protests against a proposed pipeline that would cut through sacred tribal lands near Lake Oahe, North Dakota.Continue reading »
Bernie Sanders Fans Think the Unthinkable: Voting for Hillary Clinton
On Tuesday, after each state, territory, and something called “Americans Abroad” officially cast their votes at the Democratic National Convention and made Hillary Clinton the first woman to be nominated for president by a major party.Continue reading »
Characters of the Convention: Meet some of the colourful Democratic delegates in Philadelphia
Hillary Clinton is set to become the first female presidential nominee for a major United States party at the Democratic National Convention this week.
And despite rumblings of instability and disunity, the first day of the Democratic National Convention featured plenty of jubilant characters.Continue reading »