George P. Bush files for re-election
AUSTIN -- Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush is gunning for a second term.
As expected, Bush, a Republican, filed to run for re-election on Monday, seeking a new four-year term to lead the General Land Office, which has jurisdiction over state lands and natural resources.
"In the last three years, we've built a conservative record of achievement at the General Land Office," the Houston Republican said in a statement on Facebook. "We stood up and defeated the Obama land grab, reduced the size of our agency, promoted oil and gas drilling, fought for school choice and worked... read more
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