(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, stepping closer to a 2016 Republican presidential bid, is turning his attention to Christians, especially evangelicals, to fuel his effort in Iowa, host to the first presidential caucus in 2016.
Jindal, born a Hindu but who converted to Christianity, will attend two closed-door meetings with Iowa pastors Jan. 6, one in Des Moines and one in Cedar Rapids.
He was invited by the American Renewal Project and founder David Lane who has established a broad and influential network of Christian pastors in key states, especially Iowa, where evangelicals hold great sway in the caucus.
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