GUMBO PAC still on political burner

by Jeremy Alford, LaPolitics

Trey Ourso

Although the historic race for governor ended more than two months ago, GUMBO PAC still has some roux left in it.

The super PAC, which was opposed to the election of U.S. Sen. David Vitter, is posting social media on a regular basis and engaging followers.

Does that mean GUMBO will be a regular menu option in Louisiana politics?

“I’m still not sure what the long-term plan for the PAC is,” said director Trey Ourso. “There have been preliminary conversations with the people who helped seed it and fund it. We’re keeping all of our filings current to keep running it. But there are no concrete plans.”

Ourso said the super PAC has not been raising money this month, but will continue to be active with its social media, which has 10,500 followers on Facebook.