Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has events scheduled outside Louisiana at some point during almost every week through the end of his term in office.

A political action committee backing Jindal’s presidential campaign released Tuesday a list of Jindal town halls that will take place in Iowa through the state’s Feb. 1 caucuses. The move is, at least in part, likely intended to telegraph to supporters that, despite low polling that will keep him off CNN’s main debate stage Wednesday night, Jindal isn’t ready to exit the race. Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry last week became the first of the GOP hopefuls to ditch his campaign amid financial struggles.

Republican presidential candidate, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal speaks during a meet and greet with local residents, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015, in Denison, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Believe Again super PAC has hosted 18 town halls featuring Jindal in 13 towns across Iowa in recent months to boost his run. It has often announced the events a couple of weeks at a time — nothing like the mass release from Tuesday.

The latest list includes 33 town halls from Oct. 1 through Feb. 1.

Jindal is traveling to Israel Oct. 28 through Nov. 6. The list reflects that gap, but he’ll be back in Iowa as soon as he gets back, with an event scheduled Nov. 7, per Believe Again’s Tuesday release. He also unsurprisingly takes a slightly longer break from Iowa around Christmas. Jindal ends his eight-year run as Louisiana governor in January.

The Believe Again town halls are in addition to campaign stops — formal and informal — that he’ll schedule through his official team.

Because Believe Again is a super PAC it can’t coordinate its efforts with the campaign, which means the announcement also could serve as a signal to the campaign side that fundraising is healthy at the PAC.

Jindal, who has made Iowa key to his campaign, has recently ramped up an attack on GOP frontrunner Donald Trump and is looking to that to boost his chances.

On Tuesday, CNN, the sponsor of this week’s debate and the lower-tier debate Jindal will participate in, published a lengthy opinion piece from Jindal slamming Trump.

“President Trump today announced that the first season of ‘The Apprentice: White House Edition’ will air on CBS this fall. Contestants, including Gary Busey, Ted Cruz and Kanye West, will vie for Cabinet positions. The announcement came as the newly renamed ‘Hair Force One’ touched down in South Dakota for the unveiling of President Trump’s face on Mount Rushmore. Meanwhile, first lady Melania had reason to celebrate as her White House-branded perfume, Trump, by Trump, hit Macy’s shelves …,” the Jindal piece begins, echoing recent barbs he’s taken at Trump’s candidacy. Read the full piece here.

Here are the dates and locations of Believe Again’s newly-announced town halls in Iowa:

DateDay of WeekArea
October 1ThursdayCedar Rapids
October 6TuesdayCouncil Bluffs
October 8ThursdaySioux City
October 11SundayMason City
October 12MondayWaterloo
October 13TuesdayDecorah
October 14WednesdayDubuque
October 21WednesdayIndianola
October 22ThursdayDes Moines
November 7SaturdayDes Moines
November 18WednesdayFt. Dodge
November 19ThursdaySioux City
November 21SaturdayCouncil Bluffs
November 22TuesdayWest Des Moines
November 30MondayDubuque
December 1TuesdayDavenport
December 5SaturdayCedar Rapids
December 7MondaySioux City
December 17ThursdayDes Moines
December 21MondayOttumwa
January 2SaturdayDavenport
January 4MondayMason City
January 6WednesdayWoodbury County
January 7ThursdaySioux County
January 9SaturdaySpirit Lake
January 14ThursdayCouncil Bluffs
January 18MondayDes Moines
January 19TuesdayCedar Rapids
January 21ThursdayDavenport
January 23SaturdayAnkeny
January 27WednesdayWest Des Moines
January 28ThursdayCouncil Bluffs
January 30SaturdaySioux City

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