TAMPA, FLA-- Republican Governor Bobby Jindal spoke to reporters in the spin room of the CNN Tea Party debate Monday night, even though he isn’t running for President. Jindal, the Louisiana governor who is up for re-election in 2012, endorsed Texas governor and GOP Presidential hopeful Rick Perry on the day of the first ever Tea Party debate.
Jindal’s endorsement came just hours after former Presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty endorsed Mitt Romney for President of the United States. “T-Paw,” was not in the spin room voicing his support of the former Massachusetts Governer to reporters.
We asked Governor Jindal why young people should be involved in the political process and what the Perry Campaign will be doing to drive young people to the polls. He says young people “have more at stake in this election than anybody else.”