Troy Hebert Announces Candidacy for State Representative District 31
Investing in Opportunity for a Better Tomorrow
LAFAYETTE, LA – May 31, 2023: Troy Hebert, a conservative and lifelong resident of Louisiana, proudly announces his candidacy for State Representative of District 31. With a deep-seated passion for giving back to the community, Hebert aims to bring a business-minded approach to government while emphasizing the importance of family values and faith.
Hebert grew up in Milton but currently resides in Lafayette. He has consistently been involved in community service through his active participation in various boards, civic groups, nonprofits, and church activities. As a businessman, Hebert understands the need for a pragmatic approach to governance and a dedication to serving the community.
As the regional vice president of Latter & Blum, Hebert represents over 600 realtors across the state of Louisiana. His wife is a partner and Dealer Operator of their 50-year-old family business, Arceneaux Ford. Together, they have two children, Mia (18) and Jude (16), and strongly believe that a loving family environment is crucial in raising good citizens.
An active member of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Hebert currently serves as the Director of the ACTS Men’s Retreat Team. He emphasizes the importance of faith in family life and its role in fostering strong values.
“I am committed to working tirelessly for the people of District 31 to bring about positive change and create opportunities for all. Together, we can build a better tomorrow for our families and our community,” said Hebert.
Hebert’s extensive involvement in the community demonstrates his unwavering commitment to making a difference. He has served as a board member and president for the Realtor Association of Acadiana & board member & committee chair for the Louisiana Realtor Association. He has also held board and presidential positions with the University of Louisiana Alumni Association, where he chaired the 2018 Spring Gala. He is the current chair of the University of Louisiana College of Business Advisory Board, a past planning and zoning commissioner, and a current member of the Beaver Club of Lafayette. Hebert has a proven track record of leadership and engagement in the region.
In addition to his professional and civic roles, Hebert is a member of La Vision, a community group dedicated to making Acadiana a better region. His philanthropic efforts include chairing or participating in fundraising events for the American Cancer Society, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Leukemia Lymphoma Society, UL Ragin Cajun Athletic Celebration, and St. Thomas More Athletic Foundation. He is also a board member of the Krewe of Bonaparte and a member of the Krewe of Gabriel.
Hebert’s campaign focuses on several key issues:
• Economic development: Addressing workforce shortages, especially in skilled labor, and creating opportunities to attract industries and jobs to the region.
• Education: Engaging parents and communities to improve education, attract businesses, and reduce poverty levels in the area.
• Infrastructure: Ensuring efficient use of taxpayer dollars to improve roads, bridges, and the I-49 corridor to facilitate economic development.
• Crime: Working with municipalities to reduce crime rates by providing jobs, education, and skilled opportunities to citizens.
• Insurance – He understands the high cost of insurance in Louisiana and understands the need to improve the climate to help reduce costs to businesses and Louisiana citizens.
District 31 needs a representative who will actively work with municipalities to support growth and development. Troy Hebert aims to fill this role.
For more information about Troy Hebert’s campaign, please visit www.hebertforlouisiana.com.
Press release submitted by Troy Hebert’s Campaign.