Televised Debate For Louisiana Public Service Commission District 3 hosted by Alliance for Affordable Energy, HousingLOUISIANA, and Power Coalition for Equity and Justice  

New Orleans, Louisiana | November 28, 2022 – The two candidates in the Runoff Race for Louisiana Public Service Commission District 3, incumbent Lambert Boissiere III, and challenger Davante Lewis, will face off in a televised debate airing on WLAE-TV on Wednesday, November 30th at 8pm. The debate is being hosted by the Alliance for Affordable Energy, HousingLOUISIANA and Power Coalition for Equity and Justice.  Norman Robinson will serve as moderator.  

The Louisiana Public Service Commission regulates public utilities in the state of Louisiana. It is a powerful government body that makes real decisions about your energy bills, significantly impacting the lives of residents in our state every single day.  The election is Saturday, December 10, 2022.

The Debate Will Air on WLAE: 

Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 8pm 

Sunday, December 4, 2022 at 5pm 

Monday, December 5, 2022 at 11pm 

Media interested in covering the debate should contact Amy Barrios at 504-621-5646 or for taping date and time. 


About The Alliance for Affordable Energy 

Since 1985, The Alliance for Affordable Energy has been working to ensure equitable, affordable, and environmentally responsible energy policy for ALL Louisiana energy consumers. As Louisiana’s only dedicated Watchdog we monitor, educate, and participate in state and city utility regulation to ensure the public’s best interests. 

About HousingLOUISIANA 

HousingLOUISIANA is a statewide network of nine regional housing alliances advocating for the housing needs of Louisiana’s residents and supporting policy that promotes economic growth and the creation of new jobs and homes. 

About Power Coalition 

Power Coalition for Equity and Justice (PCEJ) is dedicated to supporting and coordinating civic and voter engagement across Louisiana. We are guided by values of justice and racial equity and work with our partners to build an integrated civic engagement strategy that amplifies the voices of those who have historically been ignored and organize them into a unified movement. PCEJ focuses on building power in traditionally marginalized communities, particularly Black and Brown communities, by equipping people with the knowledge and information they need.