One GOP hopeful has plans to visit Iowa less than three weeks after the 2008 election.
Bobby Jindal, the Louisiana governor widely seen as a Republican rising star, will keynote a high-profile Christian conservative fundraising dinner next month in Iowa, his office confirms.
Jindal will speak at the Iowa Family Policy Center’s “Celebrating the Family” banquet in suburban Des Moines on November 22nd, according to his spokeswoman, Melissa Sellers. While in the state, he also may to go to Cedar Rapids to see some of those areas impacted by the summer floods. Jindal, of course, has led his state’s recovery from Katrina since being elected in 2007.
It will be Jindal’s first visit to Iowa, Sellers said.
More proof of the never ending campaign. What does a politican expect to accomplish over three years before a vote will be cast?
Hat tip- Doug at Below the Beltway who writes- “Somehow, I don’t think he’s going there to look at farm land, if you catch my meaning.” I got it.