What's in a name? If you talk to Republican primary voters, quite a lot.

Plenty of rank-and-file voters have the obvious ideological or issues-based objections to Jeb Bush: immigration and Common Core. But many others — and, when you scratch the surface, a lot of the Republicans who disagree with the former Florida governor on immigration and Common Core — think he should be disqualified based on his last name.

Anecdotally, this includes a fair number of Republicans who like Jeb and think he would be a good president. Either they are bothered by the dynastic implications of a Bush vs. Clinton race or think enough other voters would be bothered to make it harder for Republicans to win in 2016.

We don't need anymore Bushes, they say.

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