Bobby Jindal entered the presidential race today with a tweet and a weird hidden-camera video of him talking to his family. It's not clear how effective the Louisiana Governor will be at making a splash in an already crowded field.
He's the first Indian-American to run a major campaign for the presidency and was once seen as a rising star in the Republican primary. But Jindal's already the 13th Republican in the race, and polls show him at the back of the pack—he trailed "None of the Above" in a recent Fox News poll.
While Jindal is known for his conservative Christian stances on social policy, he has more nuanced positions on other issues. Here’s where Jindal stands on some of the most important issues of 2016:
(Graphic by Kent Hernández/Fusion)
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Casey Tolan is a National News Reporter for Fusion based in New York City.