Following Obama's lead, George W. Bush is hitting the campaign trail ahead of the November midterms
13 days ago - By Business Insider
Former President George W. Bush will headline fundraising events for a handful of Republicans this week and next week, ahead of the November midterm elections.
Bush is set to boost House and Senate candidates running in Texas, North Dakota, and Florida. The 43rd president's latter appearance will be in support of Gov. Rick Scott, who is running for a Senate seat in the Sunshine State.
The moves follow those of former President Barack Obama, who began campaigning for Democrats, and publicly rebuking President Donald Trump for the first time in earnest last week.
Unlike, Obama, who is...
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George W. Bush Will Raise Funds For Republican Candidates
13 days ago - By The Huffington Post
Though the former president has been critical of Trump, he's going to help GOP candidates in the coming weeks.
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George W. Bush to fundraise for GOP candidates
13 days ago - By Politico
Former President George W. Bush is hitting the fundraising circuit for a handful of Republican House and Senate candidates, joining the party's push to maintain its congressional majorities. Bush has maintained a low profile since leaving office in 2009. Yet as the midterm campaign season enters its final weeks and the party braces for the prospect of a Trump-fueled wave, Bush - who has been critical of the president - is putting his muscle behind Republicans in heated races. Bush's tour will begin Wednesday morning, when he holds a closed-door event in Fort Worth for GOP Rep. Will Hurd, a...
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