Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry submitted the qualifying paperwork for President Trump’s reelection campaign. Last time President Trump appeared on the ballot in Louisiana, he received more than 1.1 million votes.
“People across Louisiana are looking forward to their chance to support a President who has repeatedly delivered for us,” said Landry. “There will be no doubt in November, Louisiana is still Trump country.”
Landry joined LAGOP Chairman Louis Gurvich, Republican National Committeeman Ross Little, Louisiana Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain and LAGOP Executive Director Andrew Bautsch.
The election on April 4 is a closed party primary which means voters must vote with their registered party. Independent and no-party voters can not vote during the April 4 primary. All Louisiana voters (regardless of registered party) will have the opportunity to vote in the November general election.