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On November 18th, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush gave a speech in New York that fueled speculation that he might run for President in 2016. Some Conservative Republicans believe he is too moderate due to his track record in Florida and his views on immigration reform. Other leading Republicans believe that he can help the GOP win the Presidency in 2016 by appealing to independents, minorities, and swing voters. See recent Jeb Bush news