Hillary Clinton answered questions from the press for the first time in 28 days on Tuesday in a small presidential campaign event in Iowa.
Jindal previously said that he would wait until Louisiana’s legislature wraps up its session to formally announce his plans.
The remarks signal a turnaround from an earlier, much-maligned statement.
The Senate race will essentially be a rematch against Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), who ousted Feingold in 2010.
Bush will not participate in the largely symbolic Presidential poll.
Her nearest rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, trails far behind at 15 percent.
“I think the message is loud and clear that that is not acceptable,” Joyce Barr told lawmakers.
Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina will host four.
Rubio becomes the third declared presidential candidate to do so.
70 percent of New Jersey voters said Christie should resign as Governor if he runs for President.