Jeb Bush, Jr. Endorses Giuliani

The Giuliani campaign will announce today that Jeb Bush, Jr., the youngest son of the former Florida governor and nephew of the president, will endorse the former New York City mayor and will serve as the chairman of Young Professionals for Rudy in the state.


“As someone who has grown up with and around politics and candidates, I know that Rudy Giuliani has the leadership qualities and the experience to be the next President of the United States. I’m honored to join his campaign and look forward to working with the many young professionals throughout Florida supporting the Mayor,” Bush said in a statement.

A very solid endorsement in a series of solid Florida endorsements for Giuliani, including three sherrifs and the mayor of Doral.

Yesterday, Mitt Romney picked up an historic Florida name: Rep Connie Mack, the son of the former (beloved) Senator. George P. Bush, Jeb Jr's bro, has endorsed Fred Thompson.

The Republicans head to O-town this weekend for Presidency 4 and a Fox News debate.

Winter Park, Fl – The Rudy Giuliani Presidential Campaign today announced the endorsement of Jeb Bush Jr. Bush joins the Giuliani campaign as Florida Chairman of Young Professionals for Rudy.

“As someone who has grown up with and around politics and candidates, I know that Rudy Giuliani has the leadership qualities and the experience to be the next President of the United States. I’m honored to join his campaign and look forward to working with the many young professionals throughout Florida supporting the Mayor,” Bush said.

Bush’s activities with the campaign will focus on grass roots work in South Florida and the recruitment of young professionals across the state.

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