For far too long, the Louisiana Public Service Commission has lacked a focus on actual public service. For the last 6 years, monopoly utility companies have been purchasing favor at the PSC through exorbitant campaign contributions. As customers see their energy bills go up and wonder why we don’t have better options for communications services, they don’t need to look any further than the cozy relationship between the PSC and the companies it’s supposed to be regulating. The fox has been guarding the henhouse for far too long, and Louisiana deserves better.
Forest Wright has spent nearly a decade fighting for public protection at the Public Service Commission. The public should never have to wonder whose side our elected officials are on. That’s why Forest has pledged to not take any campaign contributions from monopoly companies regulated by the PSC.
That’s also why Forest is continuing his fight for transparency at the PSC by promising that he will never restrict the public’s ability to participate in public meetings.
Louisiana is tired of the same old pay to play politics and we’re demanding better. Let’s send a message that our state is no longer for sale this November. Let’s elect Forest Wright to the Public Service Commission.