George P. Bush Files Paperwork With Ethics Commission

George P. Bush, a nephew of former President George W. Bush and a son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, has filed paperwork with the Texas Ethics Commission, seemingly in preparation for a run for local or statewide office.

As first reported by The New Republic, Bush filed what is called an “appointment of a campaign treasurer by a candidate” form, which Texas Ethics Commission general Counsel Tim Sorrells said is required of someone who is a candidate.

The report, filed Wednesday, does not indicated which office Bush is eyeing. That won’t be evident until Jan. 15, the next ...

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