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Jeb Bush hires New Hampshire adviser

via @learyreports

Jeb Bush took his first decisive step toward competing in New Hampshire's presidential primary today by hiring well-known operative Rich Killion as an adviser to his Right to Rise PAC.

Bush will also travel to the Granite State on March 13-14, according to spokeswoman Kristy Campbell.

Killion has been a senior adviser to numerous individuals and campaigns in New Hampshire including Mitt RomneyTim Pawlenty, Senate President Chuck Morse and former gubernatorial nominee John Stephen.

Killion touted Bush's conservative record as Florida governor and said his "optimistic vision and willingness to fight to remove the barriers to upward mobility is a message that needs to be heard in every corner of the Granite State."