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-- -- twelve -- -- have a series of reports after the mid terms about the possible contenders now one of them is Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal.
Brett talked with him today.
I -- -- talk to governor Jindal here in Baton Rouge today he is one of our possible.
-- twelve Republican candidates for that.
Series of reports were working on right after the mid term elections we'll get to that just meant that I do want to set the stage here in Louisiana for the mid term races.
Louisiana Republicans appear to be intensifying.
Despite the fact the Democrats had really hoped to take out a big Republican incumbent senator David bitter.
Because of a couple of high profile scandals.
Surrounding bitter Democrats had hoped.
That in his involvement with a prostitution scandal back in DC and then.
Domestic abuse charges against one of his staffers would be enough to take out the incumbent senator but.
Democratic challenger congressman Charlie -- -- is not getting a lot of traction at least in the polls the latest real clear politics average has the spread.
At fifteen point three points Democrats are expected to pick off.
One of the races that's held by Republican incumbent it's -- only a handful of these opportunities for Democrats as you look at the environment across the country and that is represented Joseph down he won a special election.
Back in 2008.
In -- overwhelmingly democratic district.
In New Orleans has a long history of electing African American candidates New Orleans needs -- -- -- -- and President Obama just cut his first commercial four democratic challenger Cedric Richmond.
And despite -- vote for the Obama health care law and telling reporters he loves the president.
Democrats are seeing that they should be able to get this seat back.
A gal has said that he felt hurt by the president's endorsement of Richmond.
Richmond had his law license suspended before he got.
Zapped by a pair of ethical violations in the state legislature -- was arrested a bar fight in Baton Rouge in 2007.
Got some ethical issues but Democrats are seeing a possible pick up here.
Now the governor Jindal says he's not running for president.
He has a lot of detailed information about the economy here in Louisiana and also about the repercussions.
Of the oil spill.
And the drilling more toward -- -- and the president about the more -- You know his his original sponsors look people that lose their jobs can get a BP -- and when we point out that BP may not paid any civil making it an unemployment check.
-- all due respect Mr.
President are people don't want be pure unemployment checks that wanna work.
I think that's what's at stake right now in this election cycle the next couple of years.
Do we continue to be the American its land of the free the land the opportunity to land where the American dream.
Is that anybody through hard work can -- a better quality of life for themselves and even their.
-- said governor Jindal is one of the possible 2012 Republican candidates will be focusing on in a series of ten reports that we'll start running.
The week after the mid term elections November 2 we'll have a series of these reports and then on our special.
On the possible Republican field -- wanting twelve.
I'll be here in Baton Rouge talking -- some folks about the races down here in Louisiana I'll be back in Washington tomorrow.
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