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Jockeying for the 2012 Prez election!

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The presidential race is coming to an end for two candidates, but would you believe, the jockeying is already beginning for 2012.  And Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is right in the mix.  You can check out my thoughts by reading this week’s column about a major fundraiser in Florida this weekend, and why Jindal may have alreadystarted a campaign for president.  You can read this week’s column by Clicking Here.  And if you can believe it, there are people in Florida who will raise $25,000 just to visit the Louisiana governor.  Check out the invitation below.



Peter Baronoff

Slater Bayliss

Dr. A.K. Desai


Dr. Jason and Denise Rosenberg
Steven and Rebecca Scott

Kathleen Shanahan


Carlos Alfonso

Brian Ballard

John Beebe

Robert Bernstein

Travis Blanton

Matt Bryan

Bob Burleson

Tim Cerio

Chanta Combs

Bryan Day

Jim Frogue

Danny Gaekwad

Jillian Hasner

Randal Johnson

Mark Kaplan

Steve Madden

Gene McGee

Will McKinley

Van B. Poole

Jim Smith

Denver Stutler
Jason Unger


(Host Committee In Formation)


With special guests

The Honorable Dean Cannon, Florida House Speaker Designate

The Honorable Adam Hasner, Florida House Majority Leader



For an event honoring

The Honorable Bobby Jindal

Governor of the State of Louisiana


Saturday, October 11

Time TBD:  based on kick-off time of UF/LSU game

At the home of

Dr. Jason and Denise Rosenberg

16008 N.W. 78th Avenue, Alachua, FL 32615


Event Co-Chairs/Roundtable discussion:  Raise $25,000

Event Hosts/Photo Opportunity:  Raise $10,000

Event Guests: $2,500


Formal invitation to follow with exact time

For more information please contact:  Mary Kate Johnson at 301-379-6630 marykate@themkgroup.net

Checks should be made payable to:  Friends of Bobby Jindal. The maximum allowed by Louisiana law is $5,000 per individual and $5,000 per corporation.

1 Response
  1. Mr. Choupique

    Jindal has done well for his age. Unlike career politicans of Louisiana’s pass and present that have been indicted and jailed.

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