While his father still assesses a bid for the presidency, George P. Bush is making his first run for elected office, campaigning for the position of Texas land commissioner. The position carries a portfolio ranging from managing the state’s land and mineral resources to administering programs for veterans. It also oversees the Permanent School Fund, which is the nation’s largest educational endowment at $37.7 billion.
Though this is his first run for office, Bush was immersed in Republican politics at a young age. When he was 12 years old, he recited the pledge of allegiance at the 1988 Republican National Convention, which nominated his grandfather, George H.W. Bush. In his 20s, he campaigned for his uncle Georg...
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