Gov. Bobby Jindal headed back to Colorado Thursday
to campaign for Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney.
According to Romney’s press office, Jindal planned to tour the state by bus to discuss Romney’s plan “for a stronger middle class.”
The first stop was a meet-and-greet in Colorado Springs followed by a phone bank in Fountain and culminating with a victory rally and barbecue in Colorado Springs.
Jindal’s press office announced that the governor was out of state about 15 minutes after his first event was scheduled to start in Colorado.
The governor was in Colorado last week to speak at the Aspen Institute and to talk to prominent Republicans.
Jindal has made campaign appearances for Romney in Louisiana, Ohio, Utah, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Iowa.