Governor Bobby Jindal turns 40-years-old today--he's already spent a good portion of his life in politics--but what's next for Louisiana's youngest elected governor? We know Jindal is running for re-election this fall, and LSU political science professor Robert Hogan says Jindal's legacy as governor will be on his mind. He says Jindal will likely be more bold during his second term--if elected--so that he can leave a bigger mark behind. Hogan says Jindal will be looking to keep his name in the national spotlight, but ideas of presidency are likely further down the road. He says Jindal has always been a young ambitious politician, and there will be lots of options for him in the coming years.