Reformation Leader

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

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Republicans surveying the country for reasons to be hopeful about their party's future have found at least one bright spot on the landscape. In Louisiana, Governor Kathleen Blanco's post-Katrina stumbles crippled her chances for reelection, and last March she announced that she would not be on the ballot when Louisianans vote in statewide elections this October. Her opponent last time around, Congressman Bobby Jindal, has taken an enormous lead in early polling and currently leads his closest competitor (undecided) by 35 percentage points.

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POSTED: Wednesday, August 29, 2007

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