Visits to Key Early States in the Pre-Campaign Period


updated only through Nov. 4, 2014...for more recent visits see respective state pages
Iowa: 4 visits, 6 days
>Gov. Bobby Jindal visited Iowa on September 27, 2014.  He made calls and greeted volunteers at the GOP Victory Center at 2519 Chamberlain St. in Ames; attended a Iowa State University tailgate for the Senate Republican Leader Bill Dix at Jack Trice Stadium in the RV Parking S8 (east side) in Ames; and along with Sen. Ted Cruz, headlined Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition's 14th Annual Fall Family Banquet at the Knapp Learning Center on the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines.

>Gov. Bobby Jindal visited Iowa on August 8-9, 2014
On August 8 he spoke at the Iowa Renewal Project's Pastors' Policy Briefing at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Cedar Rapids, and campaigned with congressional candidate Mariannette Miller-Meeks in Knoxville coinciding with the Knoxville Nationals. They toured the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Walk of Fame booths under the grandstand and attended a meet-and-greet at the home of Marion County Republican chairman Steve Bailey. 
On August 9 accompanied by his family he visited the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, and he volunteered at the Republican Party booth; he attended a conservative leadership roundtable with U.S. Rep. Steve King at Hansen Company in Johnston; and he spoke at the FAMiLY Leadership Summit at Stephens Auditorium in Ames.

>Gov. Bobby Jindal visited Des Moines, Iowa on June 13-14, 2014.  On the evening of June 13 he was the special guest at a Republican Party of Iowa Road to Victory reception at Hy-Vee Hall.  On June 14 he spoke at the Republican Party of Iowa state convention at Hy-Vee Hall.  (Sen. Rand Paul, and former Sen. Rick Santorum also spoke at the convention).

>Gov. Bobby Jindal, chair of the Republican Governors Association, appeared at a fundraiser for Gov. Terry Branstad and at the annual summer party at Iowa Board of Regents president and agricultural entrepreneur Bruce Rastetter's property in Hubbard (Hardin County), Iowa on August 3, 2013.

New Hampshire: 4 visits, 5 days
>Gov. Bobby Jindal visited NH on September 25-26, 2014.  On the evening of September 25 he spoke at an American Renewal Project ”Pastors and Pews” event in Nashua.  On September 26 he campaigned with gubernatorial nominee Walt Havenstein at Polaris Charter School in Manchester; and at US FIRST in Manchester.  (He then headed to Washington, DC to address the Values Voter Summit in the afternoon, and on September 27 was to be in Iowa).

>Gov. Bobby Jindal visited NH on September 6, 2014.  He rallied at the NHGOP Victory office at 491 Amherst St. in Nashua; attended Sen. Kelly Ayotte's annual picnic (closed event) at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium (Fisher Cats ballpark) in Manchester; spoke at the 12th annual Strafford County Barbeque at the Elks Lodge in Dover; attended the Seacoast Republican Women’s Club Annual ChiliFest at Bittersweet Farm in Stratham; and was the keynote speaker at the Hillsborough County Republican Committee Primary Gala at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nashua (Ted Cruz also spoke). 

>Gov. Bobby Jindal visited NH on March 14, 2014.  He spoke at the PLUS Company's 23rd annual Wild Irish Breakfast at the Raddison Hotel Nashua; according to Michelle Millhollon of The New Orleans Advocate he did some meetings with business leaders; and he delivered the keynote dinner address at the Northeast Republican Leadership Conference at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nashua.

>Gov. Bobby Jindal headlined a fundraiser for state Senate Republicans at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH on May 10, 2013.

South Carolina: 4 visits, 5 days

>Gov. Bobby Jindal campaigned with Gov. Nikki Haley in SC on October 30, 2014, day two of her bus tour, making stops at Coastal Carolina University in Conway; at Nosh in Pawleys Island; and at The Red Pepper restaurant in Summerville.

>Gov. Bobby Jindal visited SC on October 6-7, 2014.  (Following a major foreign policy speech at AEI in the morning) on the evening of October 6 he spoke to The Charleston Meeting at the Mills House Hotel in Charleston On October 7 he met with volunteers at the SCGOP Victory office at 1156 Bowman Road in Mount Pleasant; and spoke at the Citadel in Charleston.

>Gov. Bobby Jindal was the featured speaker at the South Carolina Republican Party's Silver Elephant Dinner at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center in Columbia, SC on the evening of June 6, 2014.  CNN's Paul Steinhauser reported he was also to stop by a fundraiser for Attorney General Alan Wilson and meet with Gov. Nikki Haley as well as doing media.

>Gov. Bobby Jindal, Gov. Rick Perry and Gov. Scott Walker attended a fundraiser for Gov. Nikki Haley at the home of developer Bob Hughes in Greenville, SC on August 26, 2013.

  this page last revised Nov. 11, 2014; corrected March 28, 2015 (Iowa 4 visits 6 days; incorrectly had 5)