Though he’s no Donald Trump, Jeb Bush won’t have any problems financing his 2016 presidential campaign.
The Hill reports Jeb’s super-PAC — Right to Rise — has raised a staggering $103 million over the past six months, with 24 individuals contributing $1 million or more. Additionally, it looks like Jeb has received a plethora of support, at least in monetary terms, from prominent owners of several NFL and MLB franchises. (RELATED: Giants QB Eli Manning Throws Jeb Bush A Campaign Donation)
According to the Federal Elections Commission, Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder gave “Right to Rise” $100,000, while Tennessee Titans and New York Jets owners Bob McNair and Woody Johnson both gifted $500,000. Johnson also serves as Bush’s national finance chairman.
Additionally, Texas Rangers owner Ray Davis donated $100,000. It should be noted that Jeb’s older brother — former President George W. Bush — was part of an investment group that purchased the Rangers for $89 million back in 1989.
[h/t: The Hill]