2015-03-19T002312Z_1_LYNXMPEB2I00G_RTROPTP_2_USA-POLITICS-BUSH

Jeb Bush lawyer tries to stop radio ads touting Bush campaign

Probable 2016 Republican U.S. presidential candidate and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush speaks at a Horry County Republican Party breakfast in Myrtle BeachBy Emily Flitter NEW YORK (Reuters) – Republican Jeb Bush learned this week there is a downside to his efforts to prepare for a possible 2016 White House run while holding off for now on an official campaign launch. To avoid creating an impression that Bush was skirting campaign finance laws, his lawyer had to ask a Florida man to stop running ads touting the former Florida governor as a presidential candidate. Attorney Charlie Spies managed to get the Bush supporter, Jay Schorr, to change the ad after he vowed to “vigorously pursue all possible legal remedies” against Schorr. Bush, who announced on Facebook in December he was contemplating a White House bid, has crisscrossed the country to attend lavish fundraisers – including a $100,000 per plate dinner – where donors gathered to cheer him on as a potential White House contender.

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