(FoxNews) Jeb Bush's son, George P. Bush, made what he called his "first appearance" on his father's behalf in Las Vegas on Wednesday night.
Bush, the Texas land commissioner, spoke to a crowd of about 40 people at the locally-owned Mexican restaurant, Mundo. He talked about the importance of the Latino vote in Nevada and across the country.
"The Hispanic agenda is the American agenda, it's an aspirational community that I happen to be a part of," Bush said to the attendees. "We want better schools, a brighter economic tomorrow, a strong national defense, it's a patriotic community."
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