The Missouri Republican Party and Missouri Association of Republicans are excited to announce that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will serve as the keynote speaker for the Saturday evening banquet at our 2013 Lincoln Days celebration.
“Governor Bobby Jindal has an impressive record of conservative accomplishment in Louisiana, and we are excited that he will once again address Missouri’s committed activists and volunteers,” said Ed Martin, Chairman of the Missouri Republican Party. “Governor Jindal brings a unique perspective on how we move forward as a party. At a time when Republicans are searching for answers, it is important that we hear and consider every idea.”
Currently in his second term in office, Gov. Jindal has amassed an impressive conservative record: he has cut the state budget by 26%, signed the largest income tax cut in state history, championed some of the strictest ethics requirements in the nation, and enacted historic education reform. In October 2011, Gov. Jindal was re-elected to his second term with an overwhelming 66% of the vote. Throughout 2012, Gov. Jindal traveled the country on behalf of the Romney-Ryan ticket.
The 2013 Missouri Lincoln Days celebration will take place February 15-17 in St Louis, MO. US Senator John Barrasso (WY) will keynote the Friday evening banquet. For additional details or to register, please visit www.mogop.org/lincolndays.
A high-resolution image of Gov. Jindal is available here.