As Jeb Bush continues a torrid fundraising schedule across the country, he is pushing new boundaries of campaign finance law, exploiting his status as a noncandidate to avoid contribution limits and amass a cash pile already in the tens of millions.
As Jeb Bush continues a torrid fundraising schedule across the country, he is pushing new boundaries of campaign finance law, exploiting his status as a noncandidate to avoid contribution limits and amass a cash pile already in the tens of millions. Jahi Chikwendiu The Washington Post
As Jeb Bush continues a torrid fundraising schedule across the country, he is pushing new boundaries of campaign finance law, exploiting his status as a noncandidate to avoid contribution limits and amass a cash pile already in the tens of millions. Jahi Chikwendiu The Washington Post

Jeb Bush exploits non-candidate status to rewrite campaign finance playbook

March 01, 2015 01:00 AM

UPDATED March 02, 2015 05:06 PM

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