Jeb Bush and his super PAC are set to assault New Hampshire airwaves with a series of ads leading up the first-in-the-nation presidential primary.
The spending looks like an effort by Bush to empty campaign coffers, filled in a fundraising haul started in late 2014, in a last ditch effort to gain ground in a state famous for anointing the Republican establishment standard-bearer.
This strategy includes two ads from Bush's PAC, Right to Rise. Those ads are set to air in New Hampshire during the Super Bowl.
The Boston Herald reported that the Bush team has reserved more than $14 million in commercials on stations in New Hampshire and Boston. Candidates in New Hampshire buy in the Boston market to reach New Hampshire voters.