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State Lawmakers Question Bush

State lawmakers questioned Land Commissioner George P. Bush about his oversight of the Alamo. Bush took sharp criticism from Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee and challenged him to explain the relationships and responsibilities of nonprofit "partners" in the Alamo venture.

Bush Grilled by State Legislators

The Senate Finance Committee insisted that Bush provide more transparency in the management of the historic Alamo mission and battle site.

Secrecy, Transparency Problems

Txas Land Commissioner George P. Bush's $450 million plan to "Reimagine the Alamo" involves public funds and private funds—and secrecy.

The Alamo Cannot Afford Another George P. Bush Plan

George P. Bush turned over much of the Alamo restoration plan to nonprofit partners, and we see where that got him. Another candidate in this race, Davey Edwards, suggests that he would move management of the Alamo out of the GLO and into control of some unspecified "details to be worked out" independent "commission." Looks like he doesn't want to deal with it either.

Bush Faces Challengers, Criticism


Controversy over the Texas Land Commissioner’s plans to “Re-imagine” the state’s most famous landmark has attracted three primary election opponents and put Bush on the hot seat for a bipartisan grilling by the Senate Finance Committee last week.

Important Announcement: Mail-in Ballots

  Every person over 65 years of age can now vote by mail. Monday, January 1st, is the first day that you can order your mail-in ballot if you intend to vote in the March 6th Republican Primary by mail. If you prefer, you can print your mail-in ballot application from the link below. Your mail-in ballot application must be mailed to your local Early Voting Clerk. You can find that address at the link also. To ensure your ballot is counted in the election, mail the completed ballot no later than February 27. 

Earlier News

Range Files for Ballot Place

  On Tuesday, November 14th, Rick Range filed to run for General Land Office Commissioner of Texas. Range is the first and only candidate to have officially filed to run against George P. Bush.     ˖

Land Office candidate files ethics complaint over Bush’s staff at Alamo

"It has to be illegal to do politial activity on the public dime," said Range. Click the link to read the article.

George P. Bush Campaign Caught in One More Sleazy Tactic

These people are not even good at lying. Do they really think that anybody is going to believe that it was merely coincidental that they put a camera right in my face while I was delivering the announcement speech in order that they could be "taking panoramic photos of the Alamo, Long Barrack, Plaza and street for an interactive [video] showing the battlefield of 1836 versus 2017."

November 14: Rick Range on Lago in the Morning

Range discusses issues facing the Alamo under Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush.