Jeb Bush is entering the next phase of the Republican presidential battle, and some of his closest allies are moving along with him.
On the campaign trail, Bush is attacking Donald Trump, the front-runner for the GOP nomination, using multiple languages to question the celebrity real estate mogul’s conservative credentials. The super-PAC supporting Bush’s bid, Right to Rise USA, is airing a $10 million, mostly positive TV advertising campaign introducing him to voters. A nonprofit group, Right to Rise Policy Solutions, has published a website with multiple position papers as Bush prepares to rollout proposals on tax policy and college debt.
This next chapter in the nomination race will require some careful stepping by Bush and the two outside groups, which are trying to aid the former Florida governor while complying with federal law that requires them to keep a distance.