Jeb Bush PAC Blew $35 Million Got Jack Squat
A Bush fundraiser told the Washington Post back in October:
“It feels very much like a death spiral, and it breaks my heart. I don’t know anyone who wants to reinvest now.”
Did these GOP elites really believe conservative-basher, pro-amnesty, pro-Common Core Jeb would be the 2016 nominee?
They really are clueless.
— Ryan Lizza (@RyanLizza) October 24, 2015
And the $35 million they blew on ads didn’t help.
Jeb Bush is at 3% in the latest Monmouth poll.
NBC News reported:
It’s maybe too early to completely write off Jeb Bush’s struggling presidential campaign.
But it isn’t too early to declare that the $35 million – and counting – that Bush and his allies have spent in TV ads since September might go down as the least effective advertising campaign in presidential history.
Consider: Despite that more than $35 million, spent mostly by the pro-Bush Super PAC Right to Rise, Bush’s national poll numbers remain stuck in the single digits, with a recent national Monmouth poll showing him at just 3 percent.
What’s more, Bush and his allies have spent a whopping $17 million in New Hampshire alone, but Bush is just in single digits there.
And they’ve spent $9 million in Iowa, yet Bush’s favorable/unfavorable rating is upside down among GOP caucus-goers, according to the Des Moines Register/Bloomberg poll.