While announcing his resignation, Mr. Brown stated that he was doing so “with the sincerest hopes of sparing its precious body [the Louisiana Senate] any further embarrassment.” His refusal to resign when called upon by members of both parties caused a great deal of embarrassment to his district and became a stain on the dignity of the body to which he was elected.
"As Governor, Edwards has proven to be a supporter of big government, higher taxes and cronyism. While we strive to have a big tent party, John Bel Edwards' positions and beliefs are located on another hemisphere."
Louisiana Casts all 8 of its Electoral Votes in Favor of President-elect Donald J. Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence
BATON ROUGE- Today, in the face of unprecedented harassment, all eight Louisiana electors voted to elect Donald J. Trump as President of the United States and Mike Pence as Vice President of the United States. In November, over 58 percent of Louisiana’s voters cast their ballots for the Trump/Pence ticket. Since that time, Louisiana’s 8 electors and 8 alternate electors have been targeted by an unprecedented effort from out of state Democrats with tens of thousands of harassing emails, reams of hate mail and phone calls.
This week hasn’t been kind to Louisiana’s last liberal standing.
A district court has declared that Governor John Bel Edwards unconstitutionally side-stepped the Legislature and created law, ruling that Executive Order No. JBE 16-11 is unconstitutional and cannot be enforced.
The last month has proved that John Bel Edwards’ victory in 2015 was the fluke. The people of Louisiana have entrusted Republicans with their most important offices in almost every single major election since 2007. Here are some key takeaways from our overwhelming victories on Saturday:
Republican Party of Louisiana Chairman Roger Villere issued the following statement congratulating Mayor-elect Ben Zahn in Kenner.
Republican Party of Louisiana Chairman Roger Villere issued the following statement congratulating Congressman-elect Clay Higgins and his supporters on their victory this evening in Louisiana's Third Congressional District.
Republican Party of Louisiana Chairman Roger Villere issued the following statement congratulating Congressman-elect Mike Johnson on his victory this evening in Louisiana's Fourth Congressional District.
Republican Party of Louisiana Chairman Roger Villere issued the following statement congratulating U.S. Senator-elect John Kennedy on his victory this evening.
President-elect Donald J. Trump to Attend Republican Party of Louisiana Get-Out-The-Vote Rally in Baton Rouge
BATON ROUGE – President-Elect Donald J. Trump will be in Baton Rouge on Friday to headline a get-out-the-vote rally for Louisiana Republican candidates ahead of Saturday’s elections.
10 Days and Counting with No Comment from Louisiana Democrats on Senator Troy Brown’s Domestic Assault Arrests
The fact that Troy Brown hasn’t stepped down is one thing, but the LADEMO chair’s silence is another. State Senator Karen Carter Peterson should be outraged at Senator Brown’s behavior. She said on the floor of the DNC Convention this week in Philadelphia that violence “does not define us.” Why, then, is she complicit in violence against women, by remaining mum on the matter?
Today, Roger Villere, chairman of the Republican Party of Louisiana, issued the following statement regarding news that David Duke is running for public office
We send this message to those who would threaten to divide us: We are Louisiana and we will stand united and prayerful against evil.
We are saddened by the tragic death of Alton Sterling. We are asking all Louisiana citizens to join together in prayer for the Sterling Family and for justice and peace in our communities. The people of Louisiana have a history of uniting in difficult times. We trust that the people of Louisiana will rise to the occasion yet again.
House Republican leaders held firm on Thursday and defeated Democrat Governor John Bel Edwards' gigantic income tax hike one last time. Congratulations to Speaker Taylor Barras, Republican Delegation Chairman Lance Harris and all of the House Republicans who opposed the tax.
We have a budget crisis in Louisiana, and everyone knows it. As legislators, we have received constituents' countless telephone calls, emails, and letters of concern, and many of us are trying to urge the reforms necessary to create a more fiscally responsible budget and state government.
Your elected officials must know that you do not want your hard-earned tax dollars funding sanctuary cities.
Governor Edwards has “concerns” about the effect this legislation will have on New Orleans, which became a Sanctuary City in February. What it comes down to is this—Governor Edwards doesn't think New Orleans should have to comply with federal immigration law.
LAGOP Chairman Villere and LA Republican Congressional Leaders Congratulate Donald Trump and Urge Louisiana Republicans to Unite to Defeat Hillary Clinton
The Republican Party of Louisiana congratulates Donald Trump on becoming the presumptive Republican nominee. We urge all Republicans to now unite in order to defeat Hillary Clinton in November...