Huval brings to the table a strong tie to the community as a civic leader and volunteer. He is a past Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus, Past President of Kiwanis, past President of the Breaux Bridge Area Chamber of Commerce, past President of the St. Martinville Rotary, past President of the St. Martin Parish United Way and past Vice-President of the Parks Jaycees. He is an active board member of the St. Martin Association for Retarded Citizens, the Acadiana Rural Community & Development, and Hearts of Hope for Abused Women and Children. He also has worked as a volunteer with United Cerebral Palsy, Boy Scouts of America, American Cancer Society, Patriotic Fete de Pont Breaux and the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival.
According to Huval, “Working together as one large community is the key to making St. Martin Parish progress in these changing times.” “We are fortunate to have so many valuable assets to contribute to the growth of the Acadiana area. From our beautiful waterways, scenic highways, unending business opportunities and of course the great hospitality of our culture…I will use my experience in working with the people to keep District 46 working and growing.”
“You can expect me to work hard to improve the economy of our District and do whatever possible to add the jobs that we so badly need.” continues Huval. “My promise to you as your State Representative is to represent everyone fairly and equally and not just a given few or a political machine.”
Huval is committed to fighting for fewer taxes for the people and businesses of the state. “Nobody wants or needs more or higher taxes, but most importantly we all need to have a commitment to making sure that those hard-earned dollars are spent properly. Our state and its officials must be held responsible for their actions and do what’s right for the taxpayers.” noted Huval. “I will fight to assure that our state is run like a business and most importantly, your business. The people have spoken, and they are no longer sitting back hoping everything will work out…I hear their message and I want to be their representative in Baton Rouge. Please remember to exercise your right to vote on April 2.”
“I need your support. Jai besoin votre support.”