Considering the amount of money Jeb Bush and his supporters spent in Iowa, the caucus results were dismal for the former Florida governor. As the campaigns turn to New Hampshire, Jeb Bush is trying to take on the frontrunner in The Granite State. So, the Bush campaign bought up $4.5 million worth of New Hampshire airtime in the next seven days to blanket the airwaves with two ads; one about his daughter’s struggle with drug abuse and another with the message: “Turn off Trump.” The ad features Donald Trump’s “greatest hits” – a familiar style of anti-Trump attack ad – and places Bush as the antithesis of Donald Trump’s “deep insecurity” and insults. “I hope you want someone who has a heart for people – I hope you want someone who has a spine,” Bush tells a crowd in New Hampshire. “You all have this incredible opportunity,” he continues, “you have the opportunity of reshaping this race.” Jeb probably also hopes that New Hampshire voters show a little more excitement about his campaign: Let us know who you think will win at our New Hampshire primary straw poll.