Bobby Jindal, Youngest Governor in United States History

United States Representative, Bobby Jindal, who is a Republican, was elected as the governor of Lousiana. He is the youngest person to be elected governor at 36 years old in United States History. He is the son of Indian immigrant.

Jindal won 53% of the 92% of the votes in the election.

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12 Responses

  1. hello how are u doing

  2. bobby jindal

    i was so proud of your achievements. as an indian i felt a link with you.

    but when i heard that you had converted to christianity, i lost all respect for you and in fact am ashamed of you.

    did you convert to get your ambitions to succeed in politics, in a mainly christian country. what a small thought.

    how very disgusting. selling your soul for personal gain. hindus through the centuries have given their lives to protect their faith.

    the victory and pride would have been more sweet and challenging as a hindu.

    christians have been the most violent people in the world and remember these very people wiped out the indian tribes in america. they too enslaved us in india ruthlessly. their ships carried guns and bible.

    they ruined us and now are coming to save us.

    i am glad i am a hindu because i am not a sinner as my hindu faith tells me that i am divine and not a sinner.

    i wish you study our beliefs of thousands of years.

    a person who is not proud of his ancestors is not worth the respect.

    raksha aggarwal

    • you are here because your country if it can be called that is a failure compared to the western civilized world

  3. In 1978, Bill Clinton was elected Governor of Arkansas for the first time; at 32

  4. Piyush ‘Bobby’ Jindals 100 + day as governor of Louisiana track record: Ethics reform? -0-…… Pretty much all he managed to get done on that issue was it is now forbidden for anyone to give state legislatures ‘Hannah Montanah’ concert tickets or football tickets ‘free of charge’. period………. Public dislosure? Nothing on that yet either. Couldn’t even impose a $50.00 limit on ‘free lunches’ for legislatures….. Jindals actions as a Congressional Representative aside from taking actions that would allow him to abandon the post and duties he swore to uphold so that he could run for Governor? H.R. 6111………. December, 2006…. On the surface it was for Medicare and health care….. Laying submerged below the water was Offshore Oil and Gas Royalties….. In Federal waters…. Somehow all of the proceeds of the oil and gas royalties in federal offshore waters are going to be given to Louisiana, and Louisiana alone to a very high degree… The rest of the States can forget portions of those revenues, which could have helped pay for Medicare and Healthcare related costs, but instead, those costs are to be born by the other 49 States as well. So…. Analogy,,,, Double dipping……… And then there is the matter of Strongconcrete, or; http://www.strongconcrete.com… On page 12 of that website there are rather generous provisions of aid for the state of Louisiana that would save taxpayers, state and federal alike, a fairly substantial amount of money…. No moves have been made by the Jindal administration on this yet….. And the potentials for reduced cost evironmental calamities protection being made readily available in the near future to other states of the United States are seemingly ‘drowned’ as well. So it would appear that while there is everything available for Louisiana, nothing for the rest of the United States is offered in return, including royalties from oil and gas that doesn’t even exist in Louisiana territorial waters, but are located in Federal waters instead….. One item of note, according to the patent information relating to strongconcrete.com there are provisions for a lower cost flood protection barrier that has applications in the San Joaquin Valley Delta Region of California….. One of the largest agricultural regions of the United States… There is a fairly large distinction between being ‘conservative’ and plain old ’selfish’. For him to jump from his role of Governor to pursue the role of V.P. in midstride, much in the same way as he made a jump from Congressional Representative to the Governors chair would simply bear him out as what he truely is “A really nice self serving ambitious ladder climber that has no concern or care for those he is supposed to care for as he performs his duties he was elected to do” But then again, a V.P. really doesn’t have to do all that much, unless of course we have a repeat of 1945, or heaven forbid, 1963 or 1974 (which is unlikely)…….

  5. This is incorrect. Stevens T. Mason, the First and Youngest He was 23 years old.

  6. Not true, Bill Clinton was elected Governor of Arkansas at the age of 32.

  7. Ya this is totally wrong…Jindal is far from the youngest in U.S. history. Hottest and most incorrect news on the internet…pehaps.

  8. I could have sworn that Bill Clinton was the youngest governor to be elected at the age of 32 in AK.

  9. never mind youngest worst ever governors of louisi are edwards multiple times attesting to the venality and or stupidity of the voters there and jindal least worst mckeithen

  10. Your claim is false! Jiyush Jindal is NOT even close to being the youngest governor in U.S. history. That honor belongs to a governor of Michigan about 180 years ago, who was only 24 years old. That record is unlikely to be broken! Jindal is not even the youngest in Louisiana’s history. A quick check would have turned up Louisiana’s most famous governor ever, Huey Long, who was only 35 when he became governor in 1928!

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