Brian Trascher Tapped To Help Raise Support For Trump’s Cabinet Picks, 100-Day Agenda

NEW ORLEANS – A member of President-elect Donald Trump's Louisiana leadership team has been tapped to drum up support in the state for Trump's first 100-day agenda.

         Brian Trascher, a New Orleans resident and partner at Gulf South Strategies USA, will be coordinating special post-election activities in the state, according to Trump's Louisiana campaign director. Trascher served as a co-chairman on Trump's Louisiana team.

         "Louisiana voted overwhelmingly for Trump," said Trascher, "But it's important for them to know that the President-Elect remains committed to fulfilling the promises he made on the campaign trail. He also wants Louisianians to encourage our congressional delegation to not only confirm his team, but to help make his first 100 days the most productive in presidential history."

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         Trump won 58 percent of the vote in Louisiana on Nov. 8, and received more votes than any candidate in state history.

         He returned to Louisiana a month later to rally for Republican John N. Kennedy in the U.S. Senate race. Kennedy went on to win the runoff.

         “With hearings for Trump's cabinet picks starting as early as next week, we are asking supporters to call their Senators to confirm President-elect Trump's nominees,” said Ryan Lambert, who served as Trump’s Louisiana campaign director.

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         Trascher was named as State Co-Chair of the Donlad J. Trump for Louisiana campaign on Jan. 19.

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