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Louisiana: Jindal says Breaux is not eligible to run

The Advocate reports: U.S. Rep. Bobby Jindal said Tuesday that former U.S. Sen. John Breaux is not eligible to run against him for governor.

Breaux cannot even cast a ballot in the Oct. 20 race because he is registered to vote in Maryland, Jindal said in a telephone interview from Washington, D.C.

“It doesn’t seem to me that he’d be eligible,” Jindal, R-Kenner, said.

Breaux, a Democrat who is said to be nearing a decision on whether to run, declined to comment. -- 2theadvocate.com | Politics | Jindal says Breaux can’t run

Thanks to Taegan Goddard's Political Wire for the link.

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