(Des Moines, IA) Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush was the fifth presidential candidate to speak as part of the Iowa Caucus Consortium’s candidate series on Thursday morning to a packed auditorium at the Iowa State Historical Building.

Thursday was the third day that Bush had been in the state during his most recent visit.

Bush spoke for just under 19 minutes:

He spent about 24 minutes taking questions from event sponsors and audience members:

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