Monday, September 14, 2015

Slipping Far Back In Polls, Can Jeb Bush Bounce Back In The Next Debate?

By  Ed O'Keefe, Sep 13, 2015 Washington Post

In recent days, Jeb Bush has spent time in his comfort zones: Kennebunkport, Maine. New Hampshire. And Miami.

A four-day Labor Day break at his family compound was followed by a quick stop in North Carolina to unveil his tax reform plan before two days of campaigning in the Granite State — a state he needs to win and where he always seems to campaign with more ease. He attended a raucous rally in Miami on Saturday to open a new campaign field office — just miles from his national headquarters — to help him win Florida's Republican primary in March.

Buoyed by the sight of family members and old friends, Bush used a visual aid in speaking about the current state of the Republican race.

"The party that I believe in..." he said as he unbuttoned his shirt to reveal a red "Reagan Bush '84" T-shirt. Getting his point, the crowd drowned him out with cheers.

Read More:

oin us - become an Elderado today at:  

Follow Larry Elder on Twitter
"Like" Larry Elder on Facebook

No comments:

Post a Comment

Comment Policy:

The author of this blog will attempt to engage in conversation via the comments section whenever possible and recognize the 24/7 nature of the internet. Moderating and posting of comments will occur during regular operational hours Monday through Friday. Comments submitted after hours or on weekends will be read and posted as early as possible, however admins and/or the author is unable to commit to replying to every comment posted.

This is a moderated blog. That means all comments will be reviewed before posting. In addition, it is expected that participants will treat each other, as well as the author and admin, with respect. Comments that contain vulgar or abusive language; personal attacks of any kind will not be posted. Comments that are spam or that promote services or products will not be posted. It is requested that all comments remain on topic.

The Elder Statement blog does not guarantee or warrant that any information posted by individuals on this blog is correct, and disclaims any liability for any loss or damage resulting from reliance on any such information. The Elder Statement blog may not be able to verify, does not warrant or guarantee, and assumes no liability for anything posted on this website by any other person. The Elder Statement blog does not endorse, support or otherwise promote any private or commercial entity or the information, products or services contained on those Web sites that may be reached through links on our Web site.

To protect individual privacy and the privacy of others, please do not include phone numbers, addresses or email details in the body of a comment. Such information will result in removal of a comment.

Thank you for your attention.

The Elder Statement