Less than a day after the first debate of the GOP primary, former Florida governor Jeb Bush is back in New Hampshire campaigning.
Bush is set to host a town hall meeting in Barrington Friday evening. He started his day at Brown's Lobster Pound in Seabrook. After greeting voters - trying a lobster roll - Bush told reporters he plans to campaign hard on and off the debate stage between now and the primaries.
He's declining to criticize his Republican rivals, including Donald Trump, who refused to pledge support to the party's eventual nominee. Instead, Bush says he's focused on sharing his record as governor with voters and letting people get to know who he is.
Bush says Democrats' attacks against him show he is the candidate they fear most.