Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal wins re-election with biggest landslide victory since 1975

rnc-logoDespite nine Marxist Democrat challengers, and an open primary system in Louisiana that requires on outright winner to receive over 50% of the vote, incumbent Governor Louisiana crushed the nine challengers, and won re-election with 66%, crushing the rest of the pitiful Democrats in the race. Daily Caller posted the AP article which uses the excuse that all nine challengers simply didn’t have name recognition to challenge Jindal. Always an excuse for Democrats.

And since Louisiana went to an open-primary system in 1975, it was the most lopsided primary victory in a governor’s race.

Mr. Jindal overwhelmed a field of nine competitors in the open primary, getting 66 percent of the vote.

“I will use every day, every hour of these next four years to make Louisiana the very best that we can be. I don’t believe on resting on our past accomplishments. I don’t believe in taking time off,” Mr. Jindal told a packed hotel ballroom of supporters.

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  • Anonymous

    Bobby Jindal as a running mate to Mitt Romney (as seems likely to be the nominee) will be an amazing ticket that could beat any Obama & Co,. except may be an Obama-Hillary ticket.

    On the other hand, a three way race with an additional, independent run of a “Pro-Zion, Pro-America, Counter Terrorism”  ticket  made up of Sarah Palin and Joseph Lieberman would have an electrifying effect on our body politic.