Since announcing June 24 that he was seeking the Republican presidential nomination, Jindal has been in Louisiana only one day, according to campaign news releases and the lieutenant governor’s records. And with just six months left in his administration, Jindal is expected to spend more and more time in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.So, you know, thanks, sharing economy.
He’ll be governing Louisiana by cellphone.
“He has a tremendous amount of horsepower and bandwidth,” said Timmy Teepell, Jindal’s longtime political strategist. “He’ll be able to campaign and handle his duties as governor without a problem. He will keep a very busy schedule.”
Sunday, July 05, 2015
Like Uber but for having a governor
We're pretty much just making do with some apps and a robot that signs things.