Mitt Romney’s decision to forgo a third try at the White House has settled the question of whether the 2016 GOP presidential field has a front-runner – bestowing a coveted status on former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush that also raises new challenges and perils.
Mitt Romney’s decision to forgo a third try at the White House has settled the question of whether the 2016 GOP presidential field has a front-runner – bestowing a coveted status on former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush that also raises new challenges and perils. Jeff Chiu AP
Mitt Romney’s decision to forgo a third try at the White House has settled the question of whether the 2016 GOP presidential field has a front-runner – bestowing a coveted status on former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush that also raises new challenges and perils. Jeff Chiu AP

For Jeb Bush, front-runner status comes with caveats

February 01, 2015 01:00 AM

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