National Journal: Jeb Bush's History of Outsourcing His Campaign So He Can Raise Big Money


Right to Rise Super PAC will do TV commercials, but it also will take on tasks such as targeted online ads and get-out-the-vote efforts that traditionally have been done by campaigns. Further, many of the staff working to elect Bush would be on the payroll of the super PAC, not the campaign, the sources said.

The plan has kicked over a hornet's nest in the campaign finance world. Already, Democracy 21 and the Campaign Legal Center are asking Attorney General Loretta Lynch to investigate Bush for raising money for the super PAC while being a de facto candidate, something that FEC rules prohibit. A spokesman said the Justice Department would review the letter but had no comment.

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