As he meets with donors on Friday and Saturday in Miami and prepares his latest book tour next month, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is signaling that a 2016 Republican presidential campaign remains a top priority. To oversee his fundraising efforts, Rubio has hired Anna Rogers, who is currently finance director for the American Crossroads political action committee started by political strategist Karl Rove.
Rubio has also secured backing from George Seay and Jim Rubrich to help raise money, if the Florida Republican decides to run, a Rubio adviser told Bloomberg Politics on the condition of anonymity. Seay, the chairman/founder of Dallas-based Annandale Partners, was the Texas finance chairman for the ...
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