By Eli Stokols (Politico) –
MIAMI — Jeb Bush isn’t a fresh face. The conservative base isn’t enamored of him. And his family name isn’t necessarily an asset.
Yet when Bush climbs the stage at Miami Dade College on Monday to announce for president, there won’t be a radical makeover. It isn’t really an option. His months as a candidate-in-waiting — which have seen him lose his once-undisputed front-runner status and fade to a middle-of-the-pack candidate in Iowa — have further boxed him in, surrounding him with younger, seemingly more dynamic candidates.
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