(AP) - Presidential contender Jeb Bush is scheduled to visit a startup as part of a fundraising trip through the San Francisco Bay Area.
Bush will make remarks Thursday at the headquarters of Thumbtack before taking questions from employees.
The company links consumers to local service providers, such as dog walkers and house painters.
Thumbtack was started in December 2009 by Marco Zappacosta and Jonathan Swanson. They served as aides to economic advisers in the administration of Jeb's older brother, George W. Bush.
Jeb Bush, a former Florida governor, is among the favorites in the crowded Republican field. His campaign and supporting super PACs have raised $114 million this year, outraising all other candidates.