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Jeb’s Real Challenge Comes from His Own Party

By  La Opinión

Editors of La Opinión write that the real challenge Jeb Bush will face will come from his own party.Jeb Bush’s announcement that he would form an exploratory committee for a possible presidential run puts him at the top of what will be a long list of contendors for the White House. The former governor of Florida holds moderate positions on issues that many conservatives oppose. He supports the Common Core program in schools, and has recognized the contributions of undocumented immigrants.the-hartford-guardian-OpinionA  Jeb Bush presidential run would be attractive for the Latino voter, wroite editors of La Opinión. Be it his familiarity with the culture —his wife is Mexican— or some of his political views. However, the litmus test for a majority of Latinos will be whether he will extend Obama’s executive actions on immigration, or will he support eliminating the protection against deportation — and the separation of millions of families.But the real challenge for Jeb Bush, editors write, is how to win a Republican primary that is dominated by the most conservative voters. His dilemma is how a moderate on education and immigration issues can gain the support of his own party.

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