Director Of LA GOP Gets Job In D.C.

The man who has served since 2011 as the executive director of the Louisiana GOP is heading to Washington to take a job with the Trump administration.

Jason Dore, a native of Lafayette who holds a law degree from LSU, will serve as an assistant counsel in the Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy.  His last day for the state's Republican Party will be this Friday.

“We’ve experienced great success over the past six years with Jason Doré’s leadership,” LA GOP Chairman Roger Villere said. "We wish him every success in serving President Trump and our nation." 

Over the past 6 years the state party has broken fundraising records, raising more than $11 million for its candidates, and shattered registration records by increasing the number of registered Republicans in Louisiana by more than 140,000 voters.

Bo Staples, the party's Political Director, will serve as the interim Executive Director. Staples is a veteran of several state and local political campaigns.

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