Jeb Bush readily points to his conservative credentials, yet convincing the activists at the Conservative Political Action Conference that he’s one of them might be a tougher sell.
It’s a question Jeb Bush gets often, and will get again. How does the former Florida governor plan to distinguish himself from his brother, former President George W. Bush?
Jeb Bush was preparing to release the emails he sent and received as Florida governor when he was excoriated by a letter-writer to The Miami Herald. The subject of many of the emails was Terri Schiavo.
Jeb Bush sought to show himself as a tech-savvy executive. But tucked away in posted emails were the names, birthdates and Social Security numbers of more than 12,000 people.
A day after apologizing for making insensitive remarks on Twitter, the technology chief of Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign in waiting has resigned from his position.
Mitt Romney opposed the government’s rescue of U.S. automakers. So did Jeb Bush. Both worked in finance and backed the Wall Street bailout. Both are advocates of tax cuts that Democrats contend only benefit the wealthy and big business.
As Mitt Romney decides whether to run again for president, he does so without several major donors who supported him in the past — defections all to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
Jeb Bush called himself a “head-banging conservative” back in 1994 when he ran for governor of Florida on a promise to “club this government into submission.”
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Tuesday announced the formation of a political action committee designed to lay the groundwork for a 2016 presidential campaign.
Former President George H.W. Bush didn’t make it, but Jeb Bush was on hand to see his son officially take office in Texas.
Jeb Bush has resigned all of his board memberships — both nonprofit and business — in a move that helps clear a path toward a 2016 presidential campaign.
Jeb Bush is stepping down from the board of directors of Tenet Healthcare Corp.