While it makes his approval ratings among ethnic groups go up, there is little benefit to Jeb Bush running for president because ethnic people are more historically inclined to vote for the Democratic party. Thus, while it may shift things a few points in either direction, it would not be a gamechanger.
Jeb Bush was elected governor of Florida, a Hispanic - heavy state in 1999. He was subsequently elected to a second term as governor, much to his credit. Should he decide to run for president in 2016, his success as Florida's governor for two terms should give him better than average odds of winning the presidential election.
In the United States today, the Hispanic population is growing very rapidly. In fact in California there are actually more Hispanics that true Americans. Because he won the Hispanic heavy Florida, he would have a great chance of getting Hispanic votes across the country, and winning the next presidential election.
These same illegal Florida voters, will not do jury duty, because they state they are not citizens,but they will vote as a citizen, we need to stop this complete corruption, the Bushes are corruption at its max. JEB, took advantage of the untimely death, of Lawton Chiles ,his father paid the rest to get him into the governorship role & he helped George W Bush get elected. He is not liked in Florida,only by the illegal aliens he smuggled into Florida.
I do not believe Jeb Bush's successful election to governor in the Hispanic-heavy state of Florida improves his chances of winning a presidential election. I would never vote for another Bush family member to have any kind of political seat, anywhere in government. Secondly, large parts of the Hispanic population in the United States are illegal and many that are citizens wouldn't be old enough to vote.
No, Jeb Bush's successful election to governor in the State of Florida does not improve his chances of winning a presidential election, because there have been too many Bushes elected to the presidency. Possibly if George W. hadn't served two terms, but anymore, people roll their eyes at the thought of having another Bush president.