Earlier today, Ralph Abraham voted against the Democrats’ so-called “Equality Act.” This isn’t about equality. This is about the Democrat Party forcing their radical left agenda on the American people.
Louisiana Families First!
Dr. Ralph Abraham (or "Doc") is running for governor because he knows that hardworking Louisianians deserve better. Doc is a lifelong Louisianian - he's a farmer, a veterinarian, a doctor, a soldier and since 2014 he's been a leading conservative Christian voice as our Louisiana congressman. As governor, he'll unleash Louisiana's full potential and create a state that thrives for generations to come. With Doc leading the way, Louisiana families will see a stronger economy, more opportunities, and a better quality of life. Not only do we need Dr. Ralph Abraham, but we need you, too. Join the team today!Get Involved
Doc served in the Army National Guard and still serves as a Search & Rescue pilot for the Coast Guard Auxiliary and the Air Force Civil Air Patrol.
Honest Leadership with Proven Results
Dr. Ralph Abraham is not a career politician. In 2014, Ralph entered politics for the first time because he was concerned about the direction our country was headed in. Instead of sitting on the sidelines, Ralph went to Washington to serve as our conservative, Christian voice while fighting for our Louisiana values. While in our nation’s capital, Ralph proudly fought for an education system that puts children ahead of unions, worked to deliver tax reform that helps us keep more of our paychecks, and defended all life. Dr. Ralph Abraham is just getting started. He is ready to tackle the tough problems as our next governor.Read More
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Ralph Abraham is proud to have led the effort of the Louisiana congressional delegation to secure federal funding for a critical new project at Barksdale Air Force Base. As governor, he will keep fighting for our men and women in uniform. This is Louisiana. We love our military!
Rep. Kirk Talbot’s bill to lower car insurance rates for every individual and business in Louisiana died because Governor Edwards puts his trial lawyers buddies over our families. Ralph Abraham has personally asked Rep. Talbot to bring the bill back next year when he’s governor, and we will get it done.