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Sanders, Jindal Seek Support From Those Longing for Others

Philip Elliott, Associated Press

A pair of fierce partisans running from the edges of their parties, liberal Sen. Bernie Sanders and conservative Gov. Bobby Jindal are struggling to win over base voters longing for other choices. Neither prospective candidate has committed to a White House bid, and they're not likely to decide for a few months whether to move ahead. While both are regarded as an intellectual leader in their respective parties, they have yet to line up the donors needed to build a credible political organization that can compete for president in 2016.