Jeb Bush will release e-book and emails from his time he spent as the governor of Florida. Saturday, Jeb Bush said he is planning to release an electronic book and around 250,000 emails from when he was the governor of Florida.
An assistant of the governor said that the emails would be published ahead of his e-book, which will come out early next year.
Bush said in an interview that he wants to release the emails for the purpose of transparency and because he wishes to give the people the opportunity to make up their own minds. Jeb Bush served two terms as Florida’s governor between the years 1999 and 2007.
This initiative will most likely boost the supposition about whether Jeb Bush, whose brother and father have already served as Presidents of the United States, will announce his candidature for the White House. Even though numerous conservatives have criticized his view on education and immigration, Jeb Bush would be an early favorite of the Republican Party.
Bush told the annual CEO Council meeting of the Wall Street Journal earlier this month that he was close to coming to a decision about whether he would run for presidency and stated that in short time he will make up his mind.
“I don’t know if I’d be a good candidate or bad. I know a Republican can win, whether it’s me or somebody else.”
Bush said in the meeting that among his priorities are a reduction in business regulations, an economically driven renovation of the system of immigration, a new energy policy that increases the use of America’s national resources and a simpler tax code. He also advised the Congress to make adjustments in order to authorize legislation and take away the attention from the attempt of repelling the Affordable Care Act.
Jeb Bush was a famous emailer in his time spent as Florida governor and painted his Blackberry into his gubernatorial portrait.
Both Washington Post and Politico have this week reported that Jeb Bush has accredited researchers to go through his past to analyze his weak spots before a potential run for presidency.