By , Curt Mills
Published March 20, 2016
Jeb Bush who began his 2016 presidential race with record-setting fundraising, had to loan $250,000 to his flailing presidential campaign before it all ended.
The once cash-flush former Florida governor lent his operation money before dropping out Feb. 20, the Associated Press reported, based on recently released campaign finance documents.
Bush's campaign did not end in debt, however. He left the race with $13,127 more in cash than debts.
Former New Jersey Gov.Chris Christie left the race with about $200,000 in debts.