About Jeb Bush
Governor Jeb Bush was elected governor of Florida in 1998 and served two terms before stepping down in 2007. He then ran for President in 2016. Jeb Bush is the son of former president George Bush and the brother of former president George W. Bush. A Texas native, Jeb Bush moved to Florida in 1981. He became Secretary of Commerce under Governor Bob Martinez in 1987 and was the Republican nominee for governor in 1994. In 1998 he ran again and won, becoming governor of Florida at the same time his brother George W. was governor of Texas. After declining to run in 2007, for the next decade, Bush sat on the boards of a variety of companies and worked for the investment bank Lehman Brothers. In 2015 he jumped back into politics, announcing that he would run for the Republican nomination for president in 2016. Since that time, Governor Bush has return to the private investment real estate business in Florida.
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