BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Gov. Bobby Jindal is spending Wednesday in Virginia, campaigning for Republican Mitt Romney's presidential bid.
A schedule put out by the Romney campaign says Jindal will join Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell for three campaign stops throughout the day, to rally Romney supporters.
The Louisiana governor's traveled extensively during this election season to support GOP candidates and causes and to fundraise for them.
In the last month, Jindal's been to Nevada, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Montana and New Hampshire.