Jindal fundraising in Texas and Missouri
BATON ROUGE, La. - Gov. Bobby Jindal traveled to Missouri and Texas to raise campaign cash, to add to an account that already tops $9 million for the fall election.
The governor's office said Thursday that Jindal headed to Kansas City, Mo., and Texas City, Texas for fundraisers for his fall re-election bid.
So far, Jindal has no announced challengers. He reported earlier this week that he raised $3.4 million in 2010 for his campaign and has $9.2 million in the bank.
The governor has traveled extensively over recent months to promote his new book, raise money for his campaign and help other candidates and the GOP. Among his trips were stops in Washington, D.C., New York, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, New Mexico, Florida, Pennsylvania, Missouri, California, Texas, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Georgia and Ohio.
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