Bobby Jindal Endorsement
September 13, 2011 by USA Post
Bobby Jindal Endorsement, Tim Pawlenty gave his support for presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Monday, nearly a month after former Minnesota governor vetoed his own campaign because of an Iowa survey showing poor.
Hours later, CNN reported that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is approved Texas Governor Rick Perry before attending the debate GOP candidate of the night as his guest. Likewise, Pawlenty is attending the event as guest of Romney.
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“It’s good for a newspaper,” said Eric Woolson, a former campaign adviser Pawlenty.
Woolson, currently supports candidate Michele Bachmann, said the greatest value of a recommendation can be a boost for supporters of the candidate.
“Governor Jindal’s approval is a strong statement of support for a new leader to get America working again,” said Robert Haus, Chairman Rick Perry, Iowa
Pawlenty was in Iowa earlier and more often than most other candidates during his career, gaining the support of a considerable number of followers of the people of Iowa Woolson, however, does not see many of them fall behind Romney .
“Some people say that if Governor Pawlenty is endorsing, Governor Romney is worth a second look,” he said. “But I think a number of people who supported Governor Pawlenty Governor Romney has ruled out first because they had seen Gov. Romney four years ago, or had seen his strategy by not participating in Iowa, and at who had ruled it out already. ”
So what is the support of Pawlenty, then?
Pawlenty figures as often to support presidential candidates in the hope of getting a seat on the road, said Cary Covington, University of Iowa professor who teaches presidential politics.
However, Covington said Pawlenty’s position, if it comes at all, not as vice president.
“If they prevail, I would expect that (Romney) to choose someone with the credentials of the Tea Party as his running mate,” he said
Nominees often target vow, which embraces diversity in a vice presidential candidate, the kind of thinking that inspired the 2008 Republican candidate John McCain to choose Sarah Palin as his running mate.
Tellingly, Romney recently attended a meeting of the Tea Party in New Hampshire and emphasized a common love for small government in the debate last week.
However, while supporting a candidate in this electoral cycle time can mean very little in terms of votes, which can act as an indicator of a campaign.
“Pawlenty’s support of Romney, I think, established as the no tea party candidate in the Republican Party,” said Covington.
Endorsements can then be more of a reference – or distraction – a game-changer.
“But usually, these are, relatively speaking, sideshows,” said Covington
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