Republican 2016 Presidential candidate Jeb Bush announced on Twitter that he will be attending the Tennessee vs. Georgia SEC game this week.

Jeb Bush uses SEC logo for UGA-TEN campaign event

Jeb Bush may not be the most popular Republican 2016 Presidential candidate, but he is one of the top options in the race. He took to his personal Twitter account today to announce that he was going to be attending the Tennessee Volunteers vs. Georgia Bulldogs game this week.

Heading to Knoxville this Saturday for the Tennessee vs. UGA game. See you there? RSVP: http://t.co/i632sr8FM9 pic.twitter.com/6RFbLhz4ww

— Jeb Bush (@JebBush) October 7, 2015

As you can see with the picture that he posted to go along with the statement, he stole the logo for the SEC. More than likely he had permission to mess with the logo that the conference has in place, but it is a nice piece of work by his staff.

Bush is currently in the middle of the pack as far as polls are concerned and is simply trying to get out and do anything he can to win a vote or two.

Georgia is expected to win this game and is currently ranked No. 19 in the country. Tennessee is unranked, but they do have quite a bit of talent on their roster.

Bush picked a very good game to go to, with both teams having diehard fan bases. If he is out trying to steal a vote or two from the fans, he has to be very careful not to pick a side.

These two fan bases are rabid and he could end up losing votes if he appears to be rooting for either side more than the other.

All of that being said, this was a nice little idea by Bush and the creativity has to be recognized.

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