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The 13-Million-Acre Man

Go behind the scenes with Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush in our Texas issue. The Magazine of the Texas Landowner brings you an exclusive interview with George Prescott Bush, the 28th Commissioner of Texas’s General Land Office. The Commissioner


Go behind the scenes with Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush in our Texas issue.

The Magazine of the Texas Landowner brings you an exclusive interview with George Prescott Bush, the 28th Commissioner of Texas’s General Land Office. The Commissioner sat down with Land Report Editor Eric O’Keefe and discussed his wide-ranging responsibilities, including maximizing revenues from more than 13 million acres of surface and subsurface rights owned by the State of Texas as well as overseeing the Alamo and more than 360 miles of Texas coast. The native Houstonian attended Rice University (Class of ‘98), where his grandfather was an adjunct professor at the Jones School of Business prior to serving as the 43rd vice president of the United States and our country’s 41st president. In 2003, he earned a JD from the University of Texas. In 2014, he won more votes than any other candidate running for office on Texas ballots and took office on Jan. 2, 2015.

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