Jeb Bush is leaving no stone unturned to realize his presidential dreams. Moving a step forward, he has brought two veteran political consultants for his all-but-certain election campaign.
The names of two political geniuses are Danny Diaz and Jon Downs, both of whom have been the founding partners in the Washington-based political company FP1 Strategies.
Jon and Danny will be contribute in steering the advertising as well as messaging efforts for Bush’s Right To Rise Leadership PAC.
“We’re excited Jon and Danny are joining our team. Their expertise and experience will be critical to communicating Governor Bush’s conservative ideas for greater economic growth and opportunity,” said Bush adviser Sally Bradshaw.
Both Jon and Danny have valuable experience of election campaigning dating back to the era of George W Bush.
According to the sources, both of them will be holding similar roles in the potential campaign if Bush finally decides to become an official Republican candidate, a prospect that appears to turn into reality with the passing time.
Bush had last week picked up David Kochel, who had been a leading Iowa operative as well as longtime adviser to colleague Mitt Romney, to serve as a PAC adviser and a potential campaign manager.