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Republican National Convention Releases
Former Governor Jeb Bush Excerpts

Tampa, Fla. - The 2012 Republican National Convention released the following excerpts of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush's prepared remarks to be delivered to the convention today, August 30.

"This election is about the future of this nation. We can shape that future, with what we do here. With what we do November 6. We can restore
America's greatness. That starts with a strong economy...a smart energy policy...lower deficits...and a president who puts America's workers and job-creators first."


"We must stop excusing failure in our schools and start rewarding improvement and success.  We must have high academic standards that are benchmarked to the best in the world. All kids can learn. Governor Romney believes it, and the data proves it. While he was governor, Massachusetts raised standards and today their students lead the nation in academic performance."


"Because he is a former governor, Mitt Romney understands that states must lead this national movement. In Massachusetts, Governor Romney narrowed the gap between students of different races, raised testing standards, and put into place a merit scholarship, the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship that gives students four tuition free years, at any Massachusetts public institution of higher learning. He's a champion for bringing hope to education. And he intends to be a champion for equality of opportunity... a president who always puts students first."


"So in this election, remember this: Our future as a nation is at stake. Fact is, this election is not about just one office. It is about one nation. If we want to continue to be the greatest nation on the planet, we must give our kids what we promise them: An equal opportunity. That starts in the classroom...it starts in our communities... it starts where you live. And it starts with electing Mitt Romney the next President of the United States."







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