Jeb bush has retracted TV advertising in Iowa, South Carolina, and he is still saturating the airwaves here in New Hampshire. Tomorrow’s Bush campaign will air a 30-second spot called Force. It features dramatic music and images of Islamic terrorists, as well footage of former Florida governor who criticizes President Barack Obama’s leadership. He also calls for a U.S. led global coalition to eliminate ISIS with overwhelming force. We are in war against radical Islamic terrorists. We only have one option: defeat it.
Screen capture from the new Jeb Bush TV commercial airing in New Hampshire
Bush’s campaign has canceled about $1 million in TV ads in Iowa, and $2 million in South Carolina. However, the pro-Bush Right To Rise PAC increases ad purchases in Iowa and other early state.
Bush’s campaign in New Hampshire has stated that it will continue to be on television through the February 9 primary. New Hampshire advertising has been reserved by the Bush camp for more than $11million