Roger Villere

Politics
8:08 am
Sat January 25, 2014

Eyes On 2016, GOP Revisits The Rebranding

Mike Huckabee, left, sits with RNC Chairman Reince Priebus before Huckabee spoke at the Republican National Committee winter meeting in Washington on Thursday,
Susan Walsh AP

Originally published on Sat January 25, 2014 11:14 am

Republican Party leaders gathered in Washington this week for their annual winter meetings. They approved new rules for the 2016 presidential primaries designed to create a more orderly path to the GOP nomination — and, the party hopes, to the White House.

But this week's meeting also provided an opportunity to see how far Republicans have come in an effort begun a year ago to reach out to new voters — especially young people, minorities and women.

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The Jim Engster Show
1:12 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

WEDNESDAY: Republican State Chairman Roger Villere, Former Congressman Jim McCrery

Roger Villere

Jim talks with Louisiana Republican State Chairman Roger Villere about the government shutdown and the Affordable Healthcare Act.

Former Congressman Jim McCrery joins the discussion to talk about the latest on Capitol Hill.

Opera Singer Donna Lee returns back to her home state of Louisiana to perform at the Manship Theatre on Sunday. Jim talks with Donna about her upcoming show "Songs from Exile, I'm a Stranger Here Myself".


The Jim Engster Show
11:39 am
Thu January 31, 2013

FRIDAY: Louisiana GOP Chairman Roger Villere, LSU Mass Comm. Professor Jensen Moore

Louisiana Republican Party Chairman Roger Villere talks about Governor Bobby Jindal, Senator David Vitter and the future of the state GOP.

From the LSU Manship School of Mass Communications, Dr. Jensen Moore talks about the highly expensive and often controversial Super Bowl commercials


The Jim Engster Show
11:31 am
Tue October 30, 2012

Roger Villere, Tony Guarrisco, Peta Lindsay

Louisiana Republican Party Chairman Roger Villere and former Democratic state lawmaker Tony Guarrisco discuss how the election is stacking up.

Peta Lindsay, who is running for president as the nominee of the Party for Socialism & Liberation, stops by.