Last Modified: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 9:45 PM
BATON ROUGE (AP) — Gov. Bobby Jindal is traveling around the country much of this week for Republican causes.
The governor's office says Jindal headed to Atlanta on Monday and Tuesday for Republican Governors Association events.
On Wednesday, Jindal's office says the governor will be in Iowa for a campaign bus tour aimed at removing an Iowa Supreme Court justice who supported a 2009 court ruling that legalized same sex marriage in the state.
Near the end of the week, on Friday, Jindal will be speaking in Pennsylvania at the state Republican Party's fall dinner. The governor's office hasn't yet announced that event, but The Associated Press obtained an invitation listing Jindal as the featured speaker.
Last week, Jindal was in Indiana and Montana for GOP candidates' fundraisers.