‘LaPolitics’: Trump appointee ponders run for governor in 2023

Citing a desire to make Louisiana safer, a Lafayette man who headed up the U.S. Marshals Service and served as the Western District's first African American U.S. attorney is now considering a run for governor in 2023.

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