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Family Ties: Half Jeb Bush’s Contributions From Previous Bush Donors

Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign and supportive PACs made headlines for raking in a combined total of about $120 million — more than double that of any of his Republican competitors — and the Bush name was incredibly helpful in raising those funds. A new analysis of Federal Elections Commission (FEC) records shows that more than half of Bush’s campaign war chest comes from donors who have previously donated to Bush’s father, former President George H.W. Bush, or his brother, former President George W. Bush.

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Election Law Experts: Jeb Bush is Violating Campaign Finance Laws

“I have to tell you, I’ve looked at this thing that Jeb Bush has created, I don’t know how in the world that’s legal,” campaign finance lawyer Cleta Mitchell tells Breitbart News, referring to his formation of a leadership PAC and Super PAC, but no known “testing the waters” account.

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Jeb Bush’s High-Risk High-Reward Strategy

Pundits are debating whether Jeb Bush’s Super PAC will succeed in raising $100 million before he formally announces his candidacy for the Republican nomination for President. But big money is only part of the equation. The better question is whether Bush can convince the conservative base to support him. That seems iffy.

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