JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN

FOR THE FUTURE
OF NEW ORLEANS


USE THIS ONE

ABOUT LATOYA

She had just taken off her hazmat suit. After several days spent gutting Broadmoor’s Andrew H. Wilson School with neighbors and student volunteers, LaToya faced a group of reporters.

 

It was early 2007, more than a year and half following Hurricane Katrina and the levee failures, and LaToya, president of the Broadmoor Improvement Association, implored the state to present a plan to fix New Orleans’ damaged schools…

DONATE TODAY!

Contribute today to LaToya’s campaign for Mayor of New Orleans

Your contribution – of any amount – will help build us build a team who can train volunteers to knock on doors, make phone calls and spread the word about LaToya’s work to make our city a better and fairer place for all its residents.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

My campaign is a grassroots effort, and I would be honored if you would consider getting involved. We have volunteers working across New Orleans, knocking on doors, making phone calls, and hosting house meetings, where we discuss New Orleans’ challenges and opportunities. Please add your name and let us know how you would like to help.

Door-to-Door CanvassingPhone BankingHost a House MeetingOther

NEWS & MEDIA

July 24, 2017

New Orleans Mayoral Candidate LaToya Cantrell Delivers Vision for New Orleans: read the full speech

Thank you to the many friends, supporters and family that attended last night’s event at the Jazz Market. What an incredible evening with the Wild Magnolias, the Royal Boys Choir,

July 24, 2017

LaToya Cantrell launches New Orleans mayoral campaign with eye on crime: ‘Nothing stops a bullet like a job’

City Councilwoman LaToya Cantrell said Tuesday night that if elected mayor, she would stem

July 24, 2017

Mayoral candidate LaToya Cantrell says ‘nothing stops a bullet like a job,’ offers vision for tackling crime

LaToya Cantrell, a six-year City Council member who has focused much of her council work on

July 24, 2017

What It Takes to Lead a City in 2017

Cities are America’s best hope for policymaking that serves the people. For evidence of this

July 24, 2017

LaToya Listens: Seventh Ward

Throughout its long history, Dooky Chase’s and its incredible chef and New Orleans culinary