High voter turnout expected in Louisiana
Governor Bobby Jindal on on Romney's chances
- Duration 4:19
- Date Nov 6, 2012
Governor Bobby Jindal on on Romney's chances
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We're just seen an -- Manchester, New Hampshire right now I'm very proud of voting lines we've seen this played out across the country and in Florida and Ohio and Wisconsin and in this again in New York cut.
You know anecdotally it suggests we've got heavy turnout today sometimes that that doesn't prove that only when when you get the final numbers but that.
He -- -- it may we we we show you what we've god and these are very long lines in New Hampshire political very quickly became a battleground.
Stayed a lot of them about eleven of them right now up for grabs represented about a 140 -- electoral votes -- Bobby Jindal doing his best to make sure.
Good many of those votes go Mitt Romney's way the governor of Louisiana joins me right now governor good to have you -- it looks.
You know I think looks great for governor Romney were to maybe even set a record here in Louisiana for turn up more clearly voting for governor Romney.
Look the president made and broke a series of promises the American people promised to cut the deaths and half didn't do it promised turn around the economy didn't do it.
He's got to campaign slogan -- the most -- slogan in a generation he's saying forward.
Doesn't say four to what -- if you're going eighty miles per hour towards a brick wall would you vote to go forward and yet that's exactly what he's asking the American people to do.
He hasn't told Ford to more debt more spending afford to more government borrowing for -- to fewer Americans working.
This president's proving he's much better at getting his job and actually doing his job.
He had a chance he did not lay out a vision did not lay out his plans for the second term three debates -- governor Ronnie didn't spend any of his time talking -- the next four years.
Can't ask the American people you better off than you were four years ago so I think that.
This is -- -- very good day very good night for governor -- very good day for the country I think he's -- very well not only these traditional swing states like Ohio Virginia Florida.
I think he's -- very long Colorado New Hampshire and some of these other states as well I think -- -- -- a very good night for the country.
Do you steal our governor though that if he were to lose Ohio that his math gets more problematic and other words.
The polls are tight and -- -- -- Ohio but that.
Mitt Romney has never led in any of these holes and they've all been tied I grant you but he's never letting that doesn't mean anything as you wolf and reminding -- quite correct.
In reminding me.
But if he doesn't win Ohio.
He has to cobble together wins at other states.
He could still do that but would it would it be hard for him.
To pull this out.
Well all a couple of things one that look there are still multiple -- to victory wobbly involving Colorado Wisconsin -- Hampshire may be Iowa some other combinations thanks.
Probably means a later night but I actually I was in Ohio -- on Friday I was in -- what New Hampshire on Saturday in Wisconsin.
And -- also same silly and New -- and seen some of these other swing states.
The enthusiasm is incredibly look at the crowds are coming out you look at the voters you look at the lines today and -- know it's anecdotal bit.
My sense is -- are eager to vote they're eager that they said we're not better off than we were four years ago the president made a promise he said.
He couldn't get this economy turned around in three years a -- a one term proposition.
Think American voters wanted to keep that promise.
A -- the president had a chance to talk about the entitlement programs he never offered a plan to reduce those are just say does he never offered a plan to reduce the deficit.
Never offered budget that actually balances over the next four years -- eight years next ten years.
I think the American people have seen enough they've seen enough fancy speeches not teleprompters.
I know this and -- Joseph Biden today despite the best and they can do for governor Romney -- and that the reality is.
I think American people are eager for a change the president is done -- best it's not good enough for America.
I read to both sides are worried though for for obviously to set out to Joseph Biden to 22 double track and Ohio for a permit Iran itself to double -- in Ohio.
It did they're trying did nail down their -- right I mean and then maybe -- worried.
Well look this is a very very close election you said that eight you're exactly right every poll has shown that the momentum -- the governor Ronnie especially with the -- but.
I don't think anybody wants to wake up tomorrow and think that I wish we knocked on one run or whatever genre more and I don't call -- for one more.
So I think both sides -- work extremely hard bit.
But in the day I think the momentum -- -- governor I think after those debates they saw governor who knows is successful in this private sector successful as governor successful the Olympics.
A president run anything please -- to present not states government take a lead here -- who -- -- -- on Obama.
But always consider -- -- your --