Millennial Action Project Announces New Louisiana Caucus Co-Chairs

August 3, 2021

Reps. Jason Hughes (D-100) and Thomas Pressly (R-6) will Co-Chair the Millennial Action Project’s Louisiana Future Caucus


August 3, 2021


Stacy Lewis

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Reps. Jason Hughes (D-100) and Thomas Pressly (R-6) will Co-Chair the Millennial Action Project’s Louisiana Future Caucus

BATON ROUGE, LA The Millennial Action Project (MAP) announced today the new leadership of their bipartisan coalition in the state legislature, the Louisiana Future Caucus. Co-chairs Rep. Jason Hughes (D-100) and Rep. Thomas Pressly (R-6) will lead the Louisiana chapter of a bipartisan network of over 1,600 young policymakers nationwide. 

Jason Hughes grew up in New Orleans and has represented the 100th district since 2019. He serves on the Ways and Means, Health and Welfare, Judiciary, Capital Outlay, and Homeland Security Committees. Previously, Rep. Hughes was a government relations professional.

“It is an honor to co-chair the Louisiana Future Caucus with my friend Rep. Pressly,” said Rep. Hughes. “In coming together as a bipartisan caucus of young legislators, we will work to offer future-focused solutions to policy challenges that affect constituents across Louisiana.”

Rep. Thomas Pressly has represented Louisiana’s 6th district since 2020, and serves as a member of the Health and Welfare, Judiciary, Civil Law and Procedure, and Oversight Committees. A native of Shreveport, he is a practicing attorney in the Shreveport-Bossier area.

“I am delighted to co-chair the Louisiana Future Caucus alongside my friend Rep. Hughes,” said Rep. Pressly. “By bringing together young Louisiana lawmakers, I hope to provide opportunities to collaborate in the legislature and solutions to address our nation’s deep political divide.” 

Rep. Hughes and Rep. Pressly will lead the Louisiana Future Caucus toward post-partisan solutions and inspire the next generation of American leaders. From energy and environment to strengthening democracy, MAP is committed to building bipartisan engagement in the Louisiana state legislature and through their 31-state network. 

To learn more about the Millennial Action Project or the State Future Caucus Network, reach out to Stacy Lewis at [email protected]


The Millennial Action Project (MAP) is the largest nonpartisan organization of millennial elected officials in the U.S., dedicated to activating young leaders to bridge the partisan divide and transform American politics. As a 501(c)(3) organization, MAP has established bipartisan Future Caucuses in 31 state legislatures, launched the first-ever bipartisan caucus for young members of Congress, and engages over 1,600 young legislators across the country to work on future-oriented policy solutions. More info available at: futurecaucus.org.

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