Last Modified: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 10:22 PM
BATON ROUGE (AP) — Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is headed to New York to attend the second debate between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate, Gov. Mitt Romney.
Jindal spokeswoman Shannon Bates says Jindal left Tuesday for the trip to Hempstead, N.Y., and will attend a fundraising event on Wednesday for his own campaign coffers before returning to Baton Rouge.
Jindal has been an avid supporter of Romney's bid to unseat the Democratic incumbent. He's also traveled extensively during this election season to support other GOP candidates and causes and to fundraise for them.
Posted By: Minister Regina Roy On: 10/17/2012
Title: Dont Understand This Governors Position.
I Was Born and Raise in LakeCharles,La and i am Still Trying to Figure out How Did Louisiana Residents Ever allow This Man to Become Governor Over a Great State Like Louisiana....This Man Has no Character and Half of the time i Dont have a Clue What he is Talking about...Come on The People in the Great State Of Louisiana You Can do Better Than This....I Have Live in Houston,Tx for over Twenty Years...But i Still Watch Whats Going on in My State Which i was Born in Real Close...Open yours eyes People of Louisiana and Watch who you allow to Represent you...May God Bless all of you...Minister Regina Roy.