Washington, DC: With Mitt Romney on his three-nation tour, Indian-American Louisi-ana Governor Bobby Jindal, one of his top possible running mates for November polls, is leading the Republican campaign against US President Barack Obama in battleground states, where he slammed the incumbent's economic policies.
The 41-year-old Republican, Jindal, addressed two campaign events on July 26 in the crucial State of Iowa — one alone and another along with Governor Bob McDonnell from Virginia —and fielded questions from journalists through a conference call.
Impressed by the impact of his meetings, Romney campaign announced on Thursday evening that Jindal would address another election meeting in Florida on July 27. Political pundits expect a close contest in Florida during the November presidential elections.
"The response here in Iowa on the ground has been enthusiastic and strong. People in Iowa are ready to make history again.