Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal will be speaking to the Minnesota Republican Party's annual Lincoln-Reagan dinner next month, the party said in a "Save the Date" email on Monday.
The fundraising dinner will be on Feb. 19. The party has yet to release the location, ticket prices or other details of the event.
Last year, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, of Wisconsin, was the keynote speaker at the April Lincoln-Reagan dinner.
The party has not yet determined if the February dinner will be open to the media.
By the way: On Monday afternoon it was 45 degrees warmer in New Orleans that it was in Minneapolis.
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