The National Diversity Coalition for Trump will begin its official operations on Monday with a Noon announcement at Trump Towers in New York. The group, which says it is “a coalition of Americans from across different racial, ethnic, and religious groups whose goal is to elect Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States,” is headed by former Gwinnett County Republican Party Chairman Bruce LeVell. LeVell was an organizer of a meeting between Trump and around 100 black pastors last November, and later that same day appeared with Trump at a rally in Macon.
Among the group’s advisers are several with Georgia ties, including former 2nd Congressional District GOP candidate Virginia Childs, Narender G. Reddy, who was appointed to the board of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority by former Governor Sonny Perdue, and continues in that position, and former Georgia State School Board member Jose Perez, who is currently a member of the Georgia State Charter Schools Commission, an appointee of Speaker David Ralston.
The group’s mission statement is
The National Diversity Coalition for Trump strongly supports the candidacy of Donald Trump for President of the United States. Mr. Trump’s vision for the United States includes creating opportunities for men, women, and children of all racial, economic, and educational backgrounds. Our group represents the voices of our communities. We support Donald Trump and his solutions that address economic disparities, foster job creation, support small businesses, preserve faith & family principles and strengthen communities with conservative action. We will recruit, mobilize, and educate voters to help us elect Donald Trump in November 2016.
The group’s website is ndctrump.com