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As Jeb Bush Appears Vulnerable, Courting Of Texas Donors Begins

If former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush stumbles in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, many Texas Republicans point to U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio as the likeliest suitor to a vast network of donors in the state who may be on the hunt for a new presidential candidate. Leaning on 50 years of campaigns and connections in the state, Bush has been especially effective over the last year at consolidating the state’s fundraising network behind him — and keeping his rivals at bay. But recent polling suggests Bush...
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