GEORGE P. BUSH HAS FAILED
THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS.

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Houston Chronicle: For Land Commissioner: Jerry Patterson
Saturday, February 24, 2018
Austin American Statesman: George P. Bush absent from candidate forums as rivals gun for a runoff

Elected to statewide office his first time out, out-polling even Greg Abbott, he was the scion of one of America’s great political dynasties. He was the grandson and nephew of presidents and the son of someone who, at that moment, looked like he might have been about to become president. Young and handsome, he was both a Bush and Hispanic, thanks to Columba, his Mexican-born mother, holding the promise that he could lead Texas Republicans into a renewed era of political hegemony in a changing state, even as he branded himself a “movement conservative.”

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Friday, February 23, 2018
San Antonio Express News: Possible Cenotaph relocation slammed by Bush’s Republican primary challengers

Three Republicans challenging Land Commissioner George P. Bush slammed his proposal to relocate the granite Cenotaph from Alamo Plaza during a rally Friday night.

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