The main super-PAC supporting Jeb Bush's presidential bid is releasing a new advertisement in New Hampshire that contrasts the former governor's record with that of two rivals he's battling in the Granite State.
Right to Rise USA's 30-second ad notes the two current governors in the GOP race, Chris Christie (N.J.) and John Kasich (Ohio), and then offers a list of Bush's accomplishments as Florida's chief executive.
The ad says that Bush received "national praise for tough leadership handling nine hurricanes" and made the state No. 1 in job creation.
It also highlights that Bush "led the fight to stop ObamaCare expansion" in Florida and "laid out a tough plan to destroy ISIS months before the Paris attacks."
The political action committee said it was going up with the ad in New Hampshire, which holds the first primary election of 2016 on Feb. 9 and is crucial to both Kasich's and Christie's White House hopes.
Right to Rise released the ad Tuesday on the heels of another spot bashing Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on his attendance in the Senate.
Five percentage points separate Bush, Rubio, Christie, Kasich and Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) in the RealClearPolitics index of New Hampshire polls, where businessman Donald Trump holds a double-digit lead.