Dec 22, 2009 11:54 AM by Rob Kirkpatrick
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - After a slew of fundraisers around the
country, Gov. Bobby Jindal is holding his next money-raising event
in Louisiana - in the duck blinds of Cameron Parish.
Jindal is inviting supporters to join him in his home state at
the "first Jindal Fun Hunt Fundraiser" on Jan. 3-4, hosted by his
natural resources secretary, Scott Angelle.
The Friends of Bobby Jindal campaign organization is asking
$5,000 per person for the event, which is designed to raise cash
for Jindal's 2011 re-election bid.
The event starts on a Sunday afternoon at the Grosse Savanne
Lodge, followed by an early Monday morning hunt.