Jeb Bush Campaign Has Not Knocked on Any Doors in Iowa

Activists Demonstrate Outside Of The Republican Presidential Debate In Boulder

The Jeb Bush presidential campaign has failed to knock on a single door in Iowa so far during this election cycle.

A memo leaked Thursday night shows that the Bush team has made more than 70,000 phone calls and identified 1,281 supporters, but has knocked on zero doors.

Those 1,281 supporters are not nearly enough to win the Iowa caucus. In 2012, both Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney received more than 29,000 votes, and Ron Paul notched more than 26,000.

If the Bush team only identified 1,281 supporters from 70,380 phone calls, that means only roughly 1.8 percent of the campaign’s phone calls in Iowa yielded evidence of a supporter in the household.

Gov. Mike Huckabee recently told Breitbart News that he picked up the support of two major Iowa-based activists and has spent more time in the state than any other candidate. Huckabee joins Iowa poll leader Ben Carson, Donald Trump, and Ted Cruz as candidates off to a better start in the Hawkeye State than Jeb!


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