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La. Gov. Jindal spending next few days in New Hampshire and Iowa as he weighs presidential bid

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BATON ROUGE, Louisiana — Gov. Bobby Jindal will be spending his next few days in the key presidential campaign states of New Hampshire and Iowa.

Louisiana's Republican governor, considering a 2016 White House bid, heads to New Hampshire on Thursday for a speech to pastors. He was scheduled to join New Hampshire gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein for education-related events Friday.

He'll make a short trip to Washington to speak Friday night at the annual gathering of faith leaders and conservative activists known as the Values Voter Summit.

Then, he's in Iowa for several stops Saturday, including a visit to the Iowa State University tailgate for Republican Sen. Bill Dix and a speech to the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition.

The schedule of events was released by Jindal's political action committee, Stand Up to Washington.

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