Conservative talk radio show host Moon Griffon wants citizens to play a more active role in their government.
That was one point Griffon made Monday in speaking at the regular meeting of the Ouachita Parish Republican Womens Club.
During the speech, Griffon encouraged the audience to challenge elected officials to stop what he referred to as "the good 'ole boy network."
Griffon said voters elected Bobby Jindal governor in October because of his promise to deliver ethics reform in the state. Griffon suggested that the voters keep an eye on officials to make sure they live up to the promises they made during the fall elections.