Jul 23, 2015 9:22 AM
Jeb Bush back in NH for campaign swing
The Associated Press
MANCHESTER — The constant stream of presidential hopefuls through New Hampshire continues this week with a visit from former Florida governor Jeb Bush.
Bush returned to the first primary state on Wednesday, attending an event hosted by the conservative advocacy group Americans for Prosperity. On Thursday, he travels to the state's North Country for a town hall meeting in Gorham.
Bush's campaign travel this week — including an earlier trip to South Carolina — centers on the theme "Taking on Mt. Washington," which he highlighted in a speech earlier this week. Bush is using his background as a two-term governor of Florida to craft himself as a Washington outsider capable of reform.
Other GOP candidates here this week include Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.