Skip to comments.Bush doubles down, preps major ad blitz
Posted on 12/26/2015 8:06:07 AM PST by jimbo123
Jeb Bush and his super PAC are set to assault New Hampshire airwaves with a series of ads leading up the first-in-the-nation presidential primary.
The spending looks like an effort by Bush to empty campaign coffers, filled in a fundraising haul started in late 2014, in a last ditch effort to gain ground in a state famous for anointing the Republican establishment standard-bearer.
This strategy includes two ads from Bush's PAC, Right to Rise. Those ads are set to air in New Hampshire during the Super Bowl.
The Boston Herald reported that the Bush team has reserved more than $14 million in commercials on stations in New Hampshire and Boston. Candidates in New Hampshire buy in the Boston market to reach New Hampshire voters.
Bush's team is betting a spate of ads can help the candidate gain ground in New Hampshire, where he needs to improve his standing to remain viable in the race for the Republican nomination. RealClearPolitics' average of Granite State primary polls shows Bush is in sixth place, with support from 7.8 percent of GOP primary voters.
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Jeb’s! campaign is proof that throwing lots of money doesn’t always win elections, ideas do.
Grand finale at fireworks display.
Vamoose JEB.Go home.We have had two many bushes already.
Glad the establishment is wasting their money on Jeb! And not Rubio or Christie.
This ought to take him into negative numbers.
Every JEB! commercial I have seen so far has been stupid.
That is the guacamole bowl this chump is selling for $75 at his website
Does the Jeb store sell to foreigners? If so, what a way to funnel foreign money into a campaign by selling over priced guac bowls from the dollar store.
Spending other people's money faster than it can be brought in despite seeing no evidence of positive results.
“Never say die” only works for fictional characters played by Sean Connery and Bruce Willis.
Sometimes “DIE” is spelled out in capital letters.
Jeb’s funding must be drying up really fast.
And wearing the guac bowl on his head!!!!
I suspect there are more neurons in a bowl of guacamole than in Yeb!’s head.
"I call to you Latinos....hear me now and vote for Yeb!...it's an act of Love..."
At one point I thought maybe Heb was that stupid, then I wondered, nobody that stupid would get any votes to lead this Nation, so I have decided that as the gene pool of the Bush family went from one child to the next, less genes were available so this is where Heb is at, the bottom of the barrel...
If he spends his money selling amnesty, common core and global warming, he ought to be able to take his 4% nationally straight to asterisk levels because he can reach so many more Republicans.
>>Does the Jeb store sell to foreigners? If so, what a way to funnel foreign money into a campaign by selling over priced guac bowls from the dollar store.
Its not just Yeb. A lot of campaign bling can accomplish that mission. Campaign finance laws don’t stop the graft. They just industrialize it.
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