George P. Bush
American businessman
George P. Bush
George Prescott Garnica Bush is an attorney, U.S. Navy Reserve officer and real estate developer. He is the eldest son of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, the nephew of former President George W. Bush, and the namesake grandson of former President George H. W. Bush. George Prescott is also named for his great-grandfather, Senator Prescott Bush.
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George P. Bush says family 'potentially' has Clinton voters
Fox News - 4 months
George P. Bush's suggestion at a Texas rally that the last two Republican presidents — granddad George H.W. Bush and uncle George W. Bush — could vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton is another remarkable sign of the influential family's distaste for Donald Trump and a general election they've conspicuously sat out.
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George P. Bush visits Israel
CNN - 6 months
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush returned Saturday from an unannounced visit to Israel.
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VIDEO: Trump: Voters Smart, Even While Being Misled By Biased Media
Fox News - 7 months
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump goes ON THE RECORD on what has surprised him most in his campaign, the latest swing state polls, what he wants in the debates with Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, George P. Bush’s surprising endorsement and more. The post VIDEO: Trump: Voters Smart, Even While Being Misled By Biased Media appeared first on Gretawire.
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George P. Bush urges Republicans to back Trump
CNN - 7 months
Jeb Bush is resolutely #NeverTrump but his son, George P. Bush, no longer is.
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Uncut: George P. Bush 'On the Record
Fox News - about 1 year
Jeb Bush's son talks to Greta
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George P. Bush denies report Bush donors are getting nervous
Fox News - about 1 year
Defends father's presidential campaign
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On the hunt for the presidency, Jeb Bush adopts a 'caveman' diet
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Jeb Bush is eating like a caveman, and he has literally shrunk in size. The former Florida governor, expected to seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, is on the popular Paleo diet, which is based on what are believed to be the eating habits of the Paleolithic hunters and gatherers. For Bush, the results have been noticeable. His son George P. Bush, the newly elected Texas land commissioner, talked Jeb and Jeb Bush Jr. into trying it, a source close to Bush said.
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Jeb Bush welcomes fourth grandchild
USA Today - almost 2 years
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush and his wife, Amanda, welcomed another son, Jack.           
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George P. Bush quickly seizes Texas' conservative spotlight
Yahoo News - about 2 years
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — George P. Bush's new job as Texas land commissioner has nothing to do with abortion, and it lacks any authority to funnel public dollars to private schools. But after barely 30 days in office, he's already headlined high-profile rallies on both issues.
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'This Week' Transcript: George P. Bush
ABC News - over 2 years
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on October 26, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: ABC's This Week: terror attacks in Canada and New York. Brand new details in the investigations and why this morning federal officials are so worried about more lone wolves. Ebola in America: the first case in a city of 8 million. The controversial new quarantine policy in place. Is it keeping us safe, or an unfair overreaction? Exploding airbags: the urgent recall sparking new confusion and outrage. How did the government let this happen? And countdown to the mid-terms. Nine days to go. The key races that have even the experts stumped. And George P. Bush revealing whether he thinks his father Jeb will run in 2016. From ABC News, This Week with George Stephanopoulos begins now. MARTHA RADDATZ, HOST: Good morning, I'm Martha Raddatz. And as we come on the air, new details about Ebola in America, a fiery new debate. Is it fair to order mandatory quarantines or health care... ...
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Rand Paul Reaches Out To George P. Bush For 'Advice' On Connecting With Hispanics
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) turned to one of the Bush family's rising stars for some "advice" on connecting with a key voting bloc. Politico reported Friday that Paul met with George P. Bush in Dallas, picking his brain on how the GOP could prosper in areas with heavy Latino populations. The 37-year-old Bush is running for Texas Land Commissioner in 2014, and considered a hot prospect among conservative Hispanics. According to the Politico report, Bush said the party should be "showing up" in Latino strongholds. Bush also tweeted a picture of the pair, saying how great it was to meet up. Great to visit w/ @senrandpaul regarding the bright future for the GOP — George P. Bush (@georgepbush) February 7, 2014 Paul's meeting with Bush comes on the heels of a new Gallup poll showing that Tejanos identify with the Republican Party on a higher level than Hispanics across the rest of the country. Results showed that 27 percent in the Lone Star State leaned GOP, ...
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George P. Bush makes campaign stop in San Antonio
YNN - about 3 years
George P. Bush is taking is campaign for land commissioner across the state. He made a stop in San Antonio Wednesday to spread his message.
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George P. Bush files to run for Texas office
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Jim Forsyth SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - George P. Bush, a son of a governor and a nephew and grandson to U.S. presidents, has filed to run statewide in Texas, the latest member of the powerful political family to seek elected office. Bush, 37, the son of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and his Mexican-born wife, Columba, is seen by some as a transformative figure - a Hispanic candidate for a Republican Party that wants to appeal to the growing and increasingly influential electorate of Latino voters. Bush filed on Tuesday to run for Texas Land Commissioner, a position which, among other duties, manages the Alamo in San Antonio - a symbol of the often contentious relationship between Mexicans and Anglos in Texas. "This certainly helps the Republican Party present an image of a party that not only seeks Hispanic votes but is running Hispanics for office," Mark P. Jones, a political analyst at Rice University in Houston, told Reuters.
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George P. Bush files to run for Texas land commissioner
Fox News - over 3 years
Texas is getting another Bush on the ballot.
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of George P. Bush
  • 2016
    Age 39
    In February 2016, the League of United Latin American Citizens Council No. 12 in Laredo, Texas, announced that Bush and José Antonio Meade Kuribreña, the head of the Mexican ministry of social development, would both receive the titles of "Senor Internacional," a designation used since 1976 to honor distinguished figures in the border region as part of the annual Washington's Birthday Celebration.
    More Details Hide Details Questions have arisen about Bush's dismissal of some one hundred land commission employees hired under the preceding Commissioner Jerry Patterson. According to the San Antonio Express-News, Bush paid nearly $1 million in taxpayer funds to encourage the dismissed personnel not to file suit against either him or the agency. He kept at least forty persons on the payroll for as long as five months after terminating their employment; they agreed in writing not to sue. Such agreements, while allowed in the corporate economy, are forbidden by the state of Texas, which has no severance pay.
    He was ranked one of "Newsmax's 50 Most Influential Latino Republicans" in 2016.
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  • 2015
    Age 38
    In May 2015, as Texas land commissioner, Bush organized fundraising for future development of the San Antonio historic site, The Alamo.
    More Details Hide Details British singer Phil Collins donated various Alamo-related artifacts to the State of Texas with the stipulation that the State of Texas build a facility to hold the artifacts within a seven-year period. The Texas state legislature has agreed to a one-time infusion of $25 million to Bush's General Land Office to re-develop The Alamo site and the city of San Antonio has agreed to provide $1 million for the re-development.
    Bush took office on January 2, 2015.
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  • 2013
    Age 36
    On November 19, 2013, he officially filed the papers to run for Texas land commissioner.
    More Details Hide Details Outgoing Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson ran unsuccessfully for lieutenant governor in the 2014 Republican primary. In the same primary, Bush easily triumphed over his only opponent, David Watts of Gilmer in Upshur County. The tabulation was 934,571 votes (73 percent) to 345,565 (27 percent). In the November 4 general election, Bush faced Democrat John Cook, a former mayor of El Paso. Bush won 61% of the vote, riding a nationwide Republican wave in the midterms. He is the only Bush to win his first election. He received 49% of the Hispanic vote in his general election race.
    In March 2013, Bush filed to run for Texas Land Commissioner.
    More Details Hide Details The main role of the Land Office is negotiating and enforcing leases for mineral rights on millions of acres of land owned by the State of Texas. Bush had raised $3.3 million even though no Democratic candidate had emerged for land commissioner.
    In January 2013, Bush filed a campaign finance report stating he had received about $1.3 million in campaign contributions.
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  • 2012
    Age 35
    Bush announced in September 2012 his intention to run for office, saying that he was considering one of several state offices.
    More Details Hide Details Two months later he filed papers required to run for state office in Texas. The same month, his father, Jeb Bush, emailed donors requesting that they support him in his 2014 bid for Texas Land Commissioner.
  • 2011
    Age 34
    He also joined two US Congressional Delegations, one to Saudi Arabia during the Arab Spring of 2011 and one to Turkey in 2012 at the time of the civil war in neighboring Syria.
    More Details Hide Details he was the deputy finance chairman of the Republican Party of Texas.
  • 2010
    Age 33
    In January 2010, he endorsed Marco Rubio, Crist's opponent for the United States Senate.
    More Details Hide Details Bush served as a member of several diplomacy missions, including one to Nicaragua for the second peaceful transfer of power in that country, and one to Brazil for the Pan American Games in 2007.
  • 2009
    Age 32
    Bush criticized Florida Governor Charlie Crist (in office 2007–2011) for accepting money from the 2009 stimulus package, calling for a return to fiscal conservatism.
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  • 2007
    Age 30
    On March 21, 2007, the United States Navy Reserve announced the selection of Bush for training as an intelligence officer through the direct commission officer program, a Navy initiative whereby applicants in specialized civilian fields forgo the typical prerequisites of a commission, such as the Naval Academy, NROTC or OCS, and – instead – attend three weeks of Direct Commissioned Officer Indoctrination Course (DCOIC) classes on subjects such as naval history, customs and courtesies, followed by online classes.
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  • 2005
    Age 28
    In 2005, Bush was selected as one of Texas Monthly's "Rising Stars" for his work with Akin Gump.
    More Details Hide Details Bush was the national co-chair of Maverick PAC, a national political action committee dedicated to engaging the next generation of Republican voters. Bush was also a co-founder and on the board of directors of Hispanic Republicans of Texas, a political action committee whose goal is to elect Republican political candidates of Hispanic heritage to office in Texas. Bush was the Tarrant County chairman for Uplift Education—a Dallas-based public charter network focused on closing the achievement gap in inner-city public schools.
  • 2004
    Age 27
    Bush married a law school classmate, Amanda Williams (born 1979), on August 7, 2004, in Kennebunkport, Maine.
    More Details Hide Details Williams is a media law attorney at the firm Jackson Walker LLP in Fort Worth, Texas. The couple has two sons, Prescott (born June 3, 2013) and John (born April 13, 2015).
    He has expressed his opinion on some issues. In August 2004, during a trip to Mexico sponsored by the group Republicans Abroad, he called Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez a dictator and criticized the U.S. Border Patrol's use of guns which fire plastic pellets packed with chili powder.
    More Details Hide Details Bush was quoted as telling Mexican media, "If there has been American approval for this policy, that is reprehensible. It's kind of barbarous." He attributed the gun usage to "some local INS guy who's trying to be tough, act macho", although it is an agency policy.
    He also called the death of Pat Tillman, the NFL player and Army Ranger who was killed in a friendly fire incident in Afghanistan in 2004, "a wake-up call".
    More Details Hide Details Bush served in Operation Enduring Freedom for eight months and returned to the United States in 2011. During that deployment, he was given a different name for security purposes. Not even those he was serving alongside knew his real identity.
  • 2003
    Age 26
    When asked in 2003 about whether he planned to run for office himself, Bush replied that his grandmother, Barbara Bush, had advised that anyone thinking about entering politics should distinguish himself in some other field first: "Make a name for yourself, have a family, marry someone great, have some kids, buy a house, pay taxes, and do the things everyone also does instead of just running out and saying, 'Hey, I'm the nephew of or the son of or the grandson of '" Speaking specifically of his father's White House ambitions, he cites "Bush fatigue" as a discouraging factor.
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  • 2000
    Age 23
    He campaigned for his uncle, George W. Bush, during the 2000 and 2004 presidential campaigns.
    More Details Hide Details In his speeches he stated support for his uncle's position in favor of comprehensive immigration reform.
  • 1992
    Age 15
    He also spoke at the 1992 convention on the occasion of G. H. W. Bush's renomination.
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  • 1988
    Age 11
    At the age of 12, Bush spoke before the 1988 Republican National Convention, which nominated his grandfather.
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  • 1976
    Born on April 24, 1976.
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