We need a tax system that is simple, predictable and fair for individuals and businesses. Click here to learn more.
We need to protect the rights of our law-abiding gun owners. Click here to learn more.
We need to work to aggressively pay off our debt on our state retirement systems and work to de-risk our taxpayers. Click here to learn more.
We need to make government more efficient and protect our citizens from cybersecurity threats. Click here to learn more.
We need to rebuild the trust between constituents and their elected officials using technology. Click here to learn more.
A VISION FOR THE FUTURE
MY VISION FOR LOUISIANA
Louisiana is rich in resources and culture, but a lack of vision has left us at the bottom of every good list and the top of every bad list. That's not the Louisiana I want to leave for my children.
I see Louisiana as the leader in government transparency, efficiency and accountability. With technology, I believe we can rebuild our constituents' trust in their elected officials by making us accountable for every dollar, making us more efficient and giving every citizen access to a wealth of information and an avenue to voice concerns.
After years of budget crises, comprehensive tax reform that creates a simple, fair and predictable system is necessary to lift burdens off of our tax payers and create a business-friendly environment in Louisiana. Investment in education, both four-year universities and our community and technical colleges, is key to moving Louisiana forward and keeping talent within our state.
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Representative Barry Ivey has represented House District 65 since he was elected in a special election in 2013. He currently serves on the following House Committees: Retirement, Ways and Means, House and Governmental Affairs, Capital Outlay and Homeland Security Committees.
Barry has been married to the love of his life, Julie, for over 20 years, and they have two sons and two daughters.
Barry is the President of Pinnacle Precision Services, a small, family-owned business in Baton Rouge. He graduated from Central High School before attending LSU, where he obtained a bachelor's degree in Finance.
Barry serves on the Louisiana Republican State Central Committee, as well as various professional and non-profit boards and committees.