Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s presidential campaign is coasting on fumes.
Mr. Jindal raised $579,000 in the third quarter, but spent $832,000, according to the latest Federal Election Commission records. Mr. Jindal has $260,000 left to spend in his campaign, according to the filing.
Scott Walker, the Wisconsin Governor who bowed out of the GOP presidential contest last month, ended the quarter with almost four times as much money as Mr. Jindal, having $985,213.43 cash on hand, according to his FEC release. Mr. Walker concluded the quarter $161,133.45 in debt, but indicated those debts would be paid and donations returned.