President-elect Donald Trump and I agree that electing conservative John Kennedy to the U.S. Senate is good for Louisiana. John Kennedy is pro-life, pro-2nd Amendment, and there’s a big event in Baton Rouge tomorrow with President-elect Trump to rally voters & make sure John Kennedy wins on Saturday. You can RSVP here: [ Eventbrite.com Link ]
Big win for Louisiana families & businesses who rely on this important staple of our economy and our way of life. Glad to see the laughable assault on our crawfish industry end. I don’t know about you, but I’m already looking forward to my next crawfish boil.
On this day, we remember, honor and salute those who lost their lives during the attack on Pearl Harbor, as well as the American heroes who took immediate action saving thousands of lives on the date which will live in infamy.
Anyone who knows anything about Louisiana is familiar with the importance of crawfish in our culture, cuisine and state economy. That's why the current petition to shut down Louisiana’s crawfish industry is laughable and all attempts to do so must cease immediately. [ Wwltv.com Link ]
Tomorrow is the last day to vote early. Go vote first and then join me, Vice President-elect Mike Pence, and lots of others tomorrow at an 11:00 am rally for John Kennedy. We need to elect pro-life, pro-2nd amendment conservative John Kennedy to help President-elect Trump drain the swamp. RSVP for Saturday's Get Out The Vote Rally with Vice President-elect Pence here: [ Eventbrite.com Link ]
Serving my fellow Louisianians has been the highest honor of my career, and together we’ve been able to secure real reforms to bolster our nation’s energy industry, restore our vulnerable coastline, shore up our national security efforts, and so much more. It sure has been an honor to serve you, and Wendy, the kids and I thank you for the opportunity.
We still have very important races underway in Louisiana, and it’s key to elect a strong conservative leader to make sure Washington gets a good dose of Louisiana common sense. Here’s a great op-ed written by Senator Bill Cassidy on why John Kennedy is the only choice conservatives can trust:
We still have major elections coming up in Louisiana, and we need your help to make sure Louisiana's conservative voice in heard in Washington. I encourage my fellow Louisianians to get involved and volunteer so that we elect strong, conservative leadership for Louisiana. Most of all it’s important to get out and vote. Early voting ends 12/3, and you can find your parish’s voting information at .
#FollowFriday: My friend and colleague - Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy. It’s certainly been an honor to serve my fellow Louisianians with him in the U.S. Senate, and I look forward to seeing his continued work in fighting for commonsense Louisiana ideas in Washington.
From New Orleans to Shreveport, Louisiana is a growing hub for real innovation and entrepreneurship, and an excellent place to launch and grow new ventures. With continued investment into startup resources, Louisiana’s certainly set for a bright future in our 21st century economy.
There is absolutely no reason that any U.S. city should be allowed to ignore our nation’s immigration laws and provide a safe harbor for illegal immigrants. We need to send a loud and clear message to any sanctuary cities that their dangerous policies are not acceptable. We can do that by stop sending federal taxpayer dollars, so hopefully they get a clue.
Today's the last day to register with FEMA for disaster assistance if you were impacted by August flooding. You can apply at disasterassistance.gov or by calling the FEMA disaster assistance hotline at 1-800-621-3362.
Clinton Foundation didn't disclose a $1,000,000 “birthday gift” from the government of Qatar to Bill Clinton, a direct violation of a 2009 ethics agreement Hillary Clinton signed to be nominated for Secretary of State, and testimony she gave before Congress. She has shown she has no regard for the security of our classified information and this shows she can’t even follow simple ethics rules... View details ⇨