In 1988, Marshall ran for the Fourth Congressional District Seat. As a young 33-year old, Marshall already knew what issues were critical to Louisiana’s future, and was committed to fighting for them. While Marshall didn’t win the ’88 Congressional Race, he modeled his life around his convictions.
Now, 28 years later, Marshall is still committed to the same issues: supporting Louisiana’s economy, providing equal opportunity for all Americans, and putting country before party. Marshall’s history shows that he has been a consistent advocate for Louisiana’s economy, security, and families.