Darrell Morris announces his candidacy for City Council for District A

I am grateful for the opportunity of serving our communities in the past.

My platform:

  • Programs implemented to increase public confidence in city government
  • Objective measures of year-to-year successes or improvements
  • Efficient use of and accountability for tax dollars
  • Acts enhancing the reputation of city government

He has served on several boards:

  • Named Honorary Secretary of State of Louisiana in 1984
  • Board of Election Supervisor of Webster Parish
  • Board Member of Webster Parish Police Jury Office of Community Services
  • Chairman Republican Executive Committee of Webster Parish 1984-1988
  • Board Member Republican Parish Executive Committee District 10
  • Former board member Coordination Development Corporation
  • Employed by Peoples Ready Shreveport Jobsite Adesa Shreveport, Louisiana
  • Member of St. Rest Baptist Church of Minden, Louisiana
  • Life member Republican National Committee
  • Life member Indiana University Alumni Association
  • 2010 Orica Safety Committee
  • Louisiana Sheriffs Honorary Membership Program
  • Louisiana State Troopers Association
  • Attended Webster High School, Southern University, and Indiana University

Darrell Morris

P.O. Box 1195

Minden, LA 71058


(318) 382-2040



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