FIREFIGHTER SUPPORT: The International Association of Fire Fighters is likely to endorse a Democrat for president, just as it’s done in every recent election. But lots of members have a clear affection for Jeb Bush, a strong supporter of their interests when he was governor. And that also could temper the firefighters’ support for likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. “Jeb Bush was a governor who understood our profession,” Schaitberger told McClatchy, “and had a decent track record of supporting our agenda.”
FIREFIGHTER SUPPORT: The International Association of Fire Fighters is likely to endorse a Democrat for president, just as it’s done in every recent election. But lots of members have a clear affection for Jeb Bush, a strong supporter of their interests when he was governor. And that also could temper the firefighters’ support for likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. “Jeb Bush was a governor who understood our profession,” Schaitberger told McClatchy, “and had a decent track record of supporting our agenda.” Phil Sears AP
FIREFIGHTER SUPPORT: The International Association of Fire Fighters is likely to endorse a Democrat for president, just as it’s done in every recent election. But lots of members have a clear affection for Jeb Bush, a strong supporter of their interests when he was governor. And that also could temper the firefighters’ support for likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. “Jeb Bush was a governor who understood our profession,” Schaitberger told McClatchy, “and had a decent track record of supporting our agenda.” Phil Sears AP

They lean Democratic, but one union likes Jeb Bush

February 12, 2015 01:27 PM

UPDATED February 13, 2015 06:36 AM

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