Another Bush Seeks Texas Office

    NEW ORLEANS, LA - JUNE 18:  George P. Bush speaks during the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference on June 18, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The 2011 Republican Leadership Conference features keynote addresses from most of the major republican candidates for president as well as numerous republican leaders from across the country.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    Justin Sullivan

    America hasn’t seen the last of the Bush clan. Thirty-six-year-old George P. Bush has submitted a candidate declaration with the Texas Ethics Commission, but did not specify which office he has his eyes on. Former Florida governor Jeb Bush’s son already has a big followin—especially among Hispanic conservatives—and even just the idea of another Bush on the ballot has Texas Republicans giddy. “I think George P. Bush is the future of the party,” said Bush’s cofounder in Hispanic Republicans of Texas. “Whichever office he decides to seek, we will support him 110 percent.”

    Read it at Associated Press