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Jeb Bush Right to Rise spreads the wealth

One way to win support is campaign campaign contributions. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is not only using Right to Rise PAC for raising money but he's spreading some of the wealth around. Here's the latest RTP press release:


Tallahassee, FL — Today, the Right to Rise PAC released its second round of contributions to conservative candidates and state parties totaling over $100,000.

 “I'm proud to support conservative leaders who are dedicated to expanding economic opportunity for all and restoring America’s place in world," said Governor Jeb Bush, Right to Rise PAC’s Honorary Chairman. “The Right to Rise PAC will continue to aid candidates who want to restore the promise of America with a positive, conservative vision of reform and renewal."

 Right to Rise PAC Contributions:

·         Senator Roy Blunt ($5,400)

·         Senator James Lankford ($5,400)

·         Senator Johnny Isakson ($5,400)

·         Senator John Thune ($5,400)

·         Senator Lisa Murkowski ($5,400)

·         Senator Pat Toomey ($5,400)

·         Senator Thom Tillis ($2,600)

·         Ed Gillespie ($2,600)

·         Representative Rick Allen ($5,400)

·         Representative Bradley Byrne ($5,400)

·         Representative Carlos Curbelo ($5,400)

·         Representative Mario Diaz-Balart ($5,400)

·         Representative Cresent Hardy ($5,400)

·         Representative Jaime Herrera-Beutler ($5,400)

·         Representative Evan Jenkins ($5,400)

·         Representative John Katko ($5,400)

·         Representative Adam Kinzinger ($5,400)

·         Representative Raul Labrador ($5,400)

·         Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen ($5,400)

·         Representative Mike Simpson ($5,400)

·         Representative David Valadao ($5,400)

·         Republican Party of Virginia ($10,000)

 Total Amount Given: $117,800







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