JACKSON, Miss. — Jeb Bush says he will make up his mind "in relatively short order" whether to seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016.
The former Florida governor will be in New Hampshire this weekend to speak at town hall-style meetings at two businesses and at a GOP event. He says he'll also attend events called Politics and Pies and Politics and Eggs.
Bush, in Jackson, Mississippi, on Thursday, said he's not concerned that several other presidential hopefuls have a head start getting into the race. He says he's on a journey to measure support and it's not relevant to him, what others are doing.
In Jackson, he joined Republican Gov. Phil Bryant at a bill signing. The new law provides vouchers to help special education students pay for private education.