Skip to comments.Family name means a lot in land commissioner race (Another LSM endorsement for George P. Bush)
Posted on 02/07/2014 7:17:51 AM PST by jimbo123
In case you havent heard, George Bush wants to be your next Land Commissioner.
No, the former two-term president is not returning to the public sphere. But his nephew, Fort Worth resident George Prescott Bush, is seeking the statewide office soon to be vacated by Jerry Patterson.
Bush is one of two Republican primary candidates.
Being part of a political dynasty is a double-edged sword. Many will be skeptical of a fourth-generation politician whose name and fortune would be enough to carry him to victory.
Fortunately, Bush has talents and experience to recommend him to the position, which serves schools and veterans and manages billions of dollars of state assets, investments and mineral rights.
A former teacher, veteran and businessman, his diverse experiences seem to touch on each of the substantive responsibilities of the office.
His opponent, East Texas business consultant David Watts, offers a refreshing approach to the job that only a political outsider can provide.
(Excerpt) Read more at star-telegram.com ...
No more Bush’s.
There is not a chance in hell that I will vote for Bush.
That’s a fact.
If Texas is willing to send Affluenza-boy murderer Ethan Couch to rehab, it will obviously be willing to send yet another Bush-boy to Austin.
Texans, support David Watts for Land Commissioner
PO Box 70
Judson, TX 75660
Texas Republican Primary Candidates:
I don’t think Georgie Boy will be getting the Tea Party endorsement.
STATE LAND COMMISSIONER:
[ Jerry Patterson (R)* - Candidate for Lt. Governor in 2014. ]
George P. Bush (R) - Attorney, Investment Consultant & Son of Ex-Florida Gov. Jeb Bush
David Watts (R) - Technology Consultant
John Cook (D) - Ex-El Paso Mayor & Ex-El Paso City Councilman
Ulises Cabrera (Green) - Marijuana Legalization Activist
Steven Childs (Libertarian)