After eight years, downtown and District B will see a new city council representative. Two-term (8-year) councilman Jeff Everson was term-limited and unable to run again. He has been succeeded by LeVette Fuller, running in her first political campaign.

See her campaign platform here. 

See the KTBS Story on her here.

Fuller, 41, is currently the Teen Services Associate at the Shreve Memorial Library. Her Facebook page says that she is “a graduate of Caddo Parish Magnet High School and Centenary College. In addition to her work with local schools and community partners through the public library system, she serves on the Leadership Council for Step Forward, an organization focused on cradle-to-career success for North Louisiana.

Fuller has also served as a board member for the Shreveport Caddo Metropolitan Planning Commission and is a founding member of Re-Form Shreveport, an organization dedicated to bringing citizens together to share ideas and find implementable solutions to improve Shreveport’s built environment.”

LeVette Fuller’s Campaign Facebook Page
LeVette Fuller’s Campaign Website

Incoming Councilwoman Fuller will take the Oath of Office at the official inauguration on Saturday, December 29, 2018.

Let’s welcome our new council representative to downtown and District B! We look forward to four years of hard work and great results.