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Jeb Bush Fast Facts

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(CNN)Here's a look at the life of Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida.

PersonalBirth date: February 11, 1953
    Birth place: Midland, Texas
      Birth name: John Ellis BushRead MoreFather: George H.W. Bush, 41st president of the United StatesMother: Barbara (Pierce) BushMarriage: Columba (Garnica Gallo) Bush (February 23, 1974-present)Children: John Ellis "Jeb" Jr.
      , 1983; Noelle Lucilla, 1977; George Prescott, 1976Education: University of Texas, B.A. in Latin American Studies, 1974Religion: Catholic (converted - was Episcopalian)Other FactsSecond-oldest son of former President George H.W. Bush and younger brother of former President George W. Bush.Speaks fluent Spanish.Known for his Florida education reform: introducing a school voucher program, supporting charter schools, implementing the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT), and banning using race as a factor in university admissions.Timeline1980 - Moves to Florida and begins working in real estate development.1987-1988 - Florida Commerce Secretary.1988 - Resigns as commerce secretary to help his father with his presidential campaign.1989-1993 - Father George H.W. Bush serves as the 41st president. 1994 - Loses the gubernatorial race to Governor Lawton Chiles (D-FL).1995 - Founds the Foundation for Florida's Future.January 5, 1999-January 2, 2007 - Republican Governor of Florida.2001-2009 - Older brother George W. Bush serves as the 43rd president.November 5, 2002 - With 56% of the vote, becomes the first Republican governor to win reelection in Florida.2007 - Forms Jeb Bush & Associates, a consulting firm.2008 - Launches the Foundation for Excellence in Education (ExcelinEd), based in Tallahassee, Florida. Bush is announced as chairman and president of the board in May 2016.March 2013 - Bush's book "Immigration Wars," written with Clint Bolick, is published.December 14, 2014 - During an interview, Bush says that he will release 250,000 emails from his two terms in office as Florida governor and will publish an eBook outlining his governing philosophy.December 16, 2014 - In a Facebook post, Bush states, "I have decided to actively explore the possibility of running for President of the United States."January 1, 2015 - An aide confirms to CNN that Bush has resigned from all of his corporate and nonprofit board memberships, including forestry company Rayonier Inc., the board at Tenet Healthcare Corporation, and the board of British bank Barclays. January 6, 2015 - Bush launches a new political action committee that allows him to lay the groundwork for a presidential run. March 11, 2015 - Bush announces he is selling his ownership stakes in his remaining business interests: Jeb Bush and Associates, and Britton Hill.June 15, 2015 - Bush formally kicks off his presidential campaign with an announcement during an appearance at Miami Dade College.June 30, 2015 - Releases 33 years of tax returns.February 20, 2016 - Following a disappointing finish in the South Carolina primary, Bush suspends his presidential campaign.March 23, 2016 - Endorses Ted Cruz for the Republican presidential nomination.
        September 2018 - Bush is named a Presidential Professor of Practice at the University of Pennsylvania for the 2018-2019 school year.March 11, 2019 - The nonprofit Campaign Legal Center posts a settlement agreement online showing the FEC fined the Jeb Bush super PAC Right to Rise $390,000 for soliciting a contribution from a foreign national and the American Pacific International Capital $550,000 for making the contribution. Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeFormer Florida Gov. Jeb Bush waves as he takes the stage as he formally announces he is joining the race for president with a speech June 15, 2015, at Miami Dade College in Miami.Hide Caption 1 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeFormer Florida governor Jeb Bush shakes hands with attendees after speaking at the 42nd annual Conservative Political Action Conference on February 27 in National Harbor, Maryland. Hide Caption 2 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeBush takes a selfie with a guest at a luncheon hosted by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs on February 18 in Chicago. Bush delivered his first major foreign policy speech at the event.Hide Caption 3 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeBush hands out items for Holiday Food Baskets to those in need outside the Little Havana offices of CAMACOL, the Latin American Chamber of Commerce on December 17 in Miami.Hide Caption 4 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeBush waves to the audience at the Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa, Florida, on August 30, 2012, on the final day of the Republican National Convention.Hide Caption 5 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeBush (left) and wife Columba Bush attend the 2012 Lincoln Center Institute Gala at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center on March 7, 2012, in New York City. Hide Caption 6 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifePresident Barack Obama (left) speaks about Bush (center) while visiting Miami Central Senior High School on March 4, 2011 in Miami, Florida. The visit focused on education.Hide Caption 7 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeBush (left) speaks with Brazilian President in charge Jose Alancar during a meeting at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, April 17, 2007. Bush was in Brazil to speak about sugar and ethanol business.Hide Caption 8 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeThen-Texas Governor Rick Perry (center) testifies as Bush (right) and then-Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano (left) listen during a hearing before the House Committee on Homeland Security on Capitol Hill October 19, 2005.Hide Caption 9 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeBush gives a thumbs up signal from his car as he leaves a local polling station after casting his vote in Coral Gables, Florida, November 5, 2002.Hide Caption 10 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeBush walks out of the West Wing after meeting with his brother, then-President George W. Bush, at the White House January 9, 2002. Governor Bush participated in the signing ceremony of the Everglades Protection Agreement. Hide Caption 11 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeThen-Mexican President Vincente Fox (left) and Bush hold a press conference September 7, 2001, in Miami. Fox visited Florida to attend the Americas Conference and deliver a speech to speak about issues such as immigration.Hide Caption 12 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeThen-President George W. Bush (right) is greeted by Jeb Bush on March 21, 2001, at Orlando International Airport in Orlando, Florida. President Bush was in Orlando to attend the American College of Cardiology Annual Convention.Hide Caption 13 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeBush speaks during a press conference at the Carandolet Government Palace in Quito, January 18, 2006. Bush and a businessmen delegation were in a two-day visit to talk about a free trade agreement. Hide Caption 14 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeBush speaks to reporters after meeting with the Florida State Cabinet at the Florida State Capitol Building November 16, 2000, in Tallahassee, Florida. Hide Caption 15 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeThen-President George W. Bush (left) and Jeb Bush (right), raise their arms onstage following a rally at the Florida State Fairgrounds, October 25, 2000, in Brandon, Florida. Hide Caption 16 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeJeb Bush (left) and then-President George W. Bush stand with their arms around each other's shoulders at a rally in Miami, Florida, September 22, 2000.Hide Caption 17 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeThen-President George W. Bush (right) and Jeb Bush go through the line for strawberries during a stop at the Stawberry Festival March 12, 2000 in Plant City, Florida.Hide Caption 18 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeThe Bush family, (left to right) former U.S. President George W., former Florida Governor Jeb, former President George H.W. and his wife Barbara, watch play during the Foursomes matches September 25, 1999 at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts the site of the 33rd Ryder Cup Matches. Hide Caption 19 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifeFormer President George H.W. Bush (second left), his wife Barbara Bush (left), their son Jeb Bush (center), then-first lady Hillary Clinton (second right), and former then-President Bill Clinton (right) look up to see the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute team November 6, 1997 at the conclusion of the dedication ceremony of the George Bush Library in College Station, Texas. Hide Caption 20 of 21 Photos: Jeb Bushs lifePortrait of the Bush family in front of their Kennebunkport, Maine house August 24, 1986. Pictured, back row: Margaret holding daughter Marshall, Marvin Bush, Bill LeBlond. Pictured, front row: Neil Bush holding son Pierce, Sharon, George W. Bush holding daughter Barbara, Laura Bush holding daughter Jenna, Barbara Bush, George Bush, Sam LeBlond, Doro Bush Lebond, George P. (Jeb's son), Jeb Bush holding son Jebby, Columba Bush and Noelle Bush.Hide Caption 21 of 21

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        (CNN)Here's a look at the PGA Championship, one of the four Grand Slam golf tournaments; the others are the Masters, British Open and the US Open.

        May 19-22, 2022 - The 104th PGA Championship is scheduled to take place at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. May 23, 2021 - American golfer Phil Mickelson wins the 103rd PGA Championship at Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina. Mickelson, 50, becomes the oldest winner of a major championship. EligibilityAll former PGA Champions.Read MoreWinners of the last five Masters, US Opens or British Opens.Winners of the last three Players Championships.The 15 low scorers and ties in the previous year's PGA Championship.The 20 low scorers in the current year's PGA Professional National Championship.The 70 leaders from the PGA Championship Points list from the previous year's Players Championship through the Wells Fargo Championship.Members of the previous year's US and European Ryder Cup Teams providing they remain within the current year's top 100 of the World Golf Rankings.Winners of tournaments co-sponsored or approved by the PGA Tour from the previous year's PGA Championship to the current year's PGA Championship (does not include pro-am and team competitions).Vacancies will be filled by the first available player from the list of alternates (those below 70th place in the PGA Championship Points list from the previous year's AT&T Byron Nelson through the current year's 3M Open).Additionally, the PGA of America reserves the right to invite additional players not included in the above categories. The total field will be a maximum of 156 players.RecordsMost wins: Two players have won the PGA Championship a record five times, Walter Hagen (1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927) and Jack Nicklaus (1963, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1980).Oldest winner: Phil Mickelson is the oldest player to win the PGA Championship at aged 50 in 2021.Youngest winner: Gene Sarazen is the youngest player to win the PGA Championship at 20 years, 5 months, 22 days in 1922. He is famous for the "shot heard round the world."Winning all four majors in one year is known as the Grand Slam. Bobby Jones is the only player who ever won the Grand Slam. He did this before the Masters was founded. The tournaments he won were the British Open, the US Open, the US Amateur and the British Amateur Championship. Five golfers have won all four current majors (British Open, US Open, Masters and PGA Championship), though none have done it in the same year: Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.TimelineJanuary 17, 1916 - Rodman Wanamaker hosts professional golfers and industry representatives at a luncheon in New York City, with the hope of creating an organization of American golf professionals.April 10, 1916 - The Professional Golfers Association (PGA) of America is formed.October 10-14, 1916 - The first PGA Championship is held at the Siwanoy Country Club in Bronxville, New York. Jim Barnes wins the inaugural championship.1917-1918 and 1943 - Play is suspended for two years, 1917 and 1918 due to World War I, and again in 1943 due to World War II.1958 - The format of the tournament is changed from match play to stroke.2009 - South Korea's Y.E. Yang becomes the first Asian male player to win a major championship, the 2009 PGA Championship. 2015 - Jason Day becomes the first player to finish 20-under par in a major championship.April 6, 2020 - It is announced that the 2020 tournament is being rescheduled due to the coronavirus outbreak.January 10, 2021 - Following the violent attack on the US Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump, the PGA of America announces it has terminated the agreement to play the 2022 PGA Championship at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in New Jersey.

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