During his successful 2007 campaign for governor, Jindal spent many Sunday mornings at Protestant churches in north Louisiana, a region where he got fewer votes than expected when he lost the 2003 race for governor.
“He enjoyed it so much, he kept doing it during his first term,” said state Sen. Mike Walsworth, R-West Monroe, a close ally. “We went to so many different churches. Some were traditional, some were charismatic, some were Southern Gospel. It was never political. He talked about his faith.”
Walsworth said he wasn’t sure why Jindal mostly abandoned the church visits during his second term. “I guess you can only go to so many churches in so many towns,” he said.
Sunday, July 12, 2015
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