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  •  Why don't you find somebody who wants to? (2+ / 0-)
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    There are always lots of candidates on our ballot for governor.  

    The people here, for whatever reason they had, voted for a Republican.  

    •  Then maybe I can fund his campaign too! (0+ / 0-)
    •  your own link (0+ / 0-)
      Minister Dan Northcutt (I) was the only declared challenger to Jindal, but has since dropped out of the race.[3] On October 22, Caroline Fayard's name surfaced on talk-radio program Think Tank with Garland Robinette, as a potential competitor for Jindal in his reelection campaign. The discussants cited Jindal's high approval ratings and already in-the-bank $7 million campaign fund as unapproachable assets for Democrats other than Fayard, who at the time of the program was seeking the office of lieutenant governor in a special election runoff against Republican secretary of state Jay Dardenne.[4]
       
      Hardly lots of candidates, and the pernicious effect of private money in elections.

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