Bobby Jindal has announced that the only greater public office he wishes to occupy in the future is President of the United States.
According to Mark Ballard for The Advocate, it’s the Oval Office or no national office at all for Louisiana’s current governor. Jindal specified that he would not seek office in the Senate nor the House.
Jindal has not formally decided that he will run for president in 2016 and said that a formal decision should be made following the holiday season. However, many politicians are giving Jindal’s term as governor middle-ground marks. On a scale of 1 to 10, the governor has received scores in the 4-7 range.
Despite those grades, however, Jindal says the only grade he would give himself is “incomplete,” as there is still more work to do during his governorship.