Whether the good marks in front of the Iowa crowd translates into support is a different matter. In a poll released late last week, in which Trump led the GOP field and Jindal received less than one percent. However, in a Monmouth poll released today, Jindal has four percent of the Iowa vote.
Scott Walker is the first choice of 22% followed by Donald Trump at 13%. The next group of candidates includes Ben Carson (8%), Jeb Bush (7%), Ted Cruz (7%), the 2008 Iowa winner Mike Huckabee (6%), Marco Rubio (5%), Rand Paul (5%), and Bobby Jindal (4%). Rick Santorum (3%) – who won the Iowa caucuses in 2012 – Rick Perry (3%), and Carly Fiorina (3%) are tied for 10th place. The rest of the field garners no more than 2% of the vote as a first choice, including John Kasich (2%), Chris Christie (1%), George Pataki…
Senator David Vitter announced today that his campaign has raised $1.3 million this quarter and that it has more than $5 million cash on hand.
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