Last week at a forum for candidates seeking to replace Jindal, three of the four said that, if they were elected, they would call a special session soon after taking office to deal with budget issues. U.S. Senator David Vitter was very direct in going after the governor on the budget issue, saying that Jindal should be attacking the deficit himself right now rather than leaving it for his successor to deal with. Governor Jindal's final year as our governor should be his victory lap, but it's not looking a lot like that right now.
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