Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and possible Republican presidential candidate speaks to the media after addressing the Rick Scott's Economic Growth Summit held at the Disney's Yacht and Beach Club Convention Center on Tuesday in Orlando, Florida. Marco Rubio is benefiting from pockets of discontent in Bush’s sprawling money network, winning over donors who believe the 44-year-old freshman senator from Florida offers a more compelling persona and sharper generational contrast against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and possible Republican presidential candidate speaks to the media after addressing the Rick Scott's Economic Growth Summit held at the Disney's Yacht and Beach Club Convention Center on Tuesday in Orlando, Florida. Marco Rubio is benefiting from pockets of discontent in Bush’s sprawling money network, winning over donors who believe the 44-year-old freshman senator from Florida offers a more compelling persona and sharper generational contrast against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. Joe Raedle Getty Images
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and possible Republican presidential candidate speaks to the media after addressing the Rick Scott's Economic Growth Summit held at the Disney's Yacht and Beach Club Convention Center on Tuesday in Orlando, Florida. Marco Rubio is benefiting from pockets of discontent in Bush’s sprawling money network, winning over donors who believe the 44-year-old freshman senator from Florida offers a more compelling persona and sharper generational contrast against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. Joe Raedle Getty Images

With some donors doubting Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio seizes opening

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