Verone Thomas
for
Congress

Louisiana's 3rd Congressional District

My name is Verone Thomas. I'm a Navy Veteran, local business man, and a community activist from Lake Charles, LA.

I'm running for Congress to bring back the prosperity that we've lost along the way side. We can not continue to ignore the issues that Louisiana must face, in order to revive the vitality of our economy. We need policies that have longevity, and a permanent perpetual affect, that will benefit many generations in the future. Basically we do not need any more Band-Aids. We need real legislative actions that are concrete, because the opulence and the results that we are looking for, will not make itself available until we directly sponsor bills that will elevate all of our aspirations. As of right now, the leadership for District 3 is maliciously harmful to the progress, advancement and proficiency that we desire as a state. So it is my unequivocal Endeavor, to commission myself daily to put more focus on all the issues that affect our state.

It's time to send some one to Washington, whom is not a part of the on going corruption, that hinders politicians from delivering the wishes of their constituents. My plan is to fix our crumbling infrastructure, help heal our environment and ensure that our country is safe from all invaders. I believe It's time to put America's Homeland as a priority. My campaign is simple, I don't have a PAC or a Super PAC, I have the support of average everyday concerned citizens. Our plan is to uplift America and put it back on the pedestal it belongs on. The reality is now, we must stop procrastinating and put in the work that this country needs. Solutions by our elected leaders have presented themselves to be invisible. Promises have continued to go unanswered and the respect for the will of the people is in the background fighting to be recognized. Louisiana needs a Congressman that can put prosperity and the economic freedom of Louisianas into the right perspective.

The future of the world depends on our actions. So I suggest you put a Congressman in office that's ready to put these actions in motion.