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As Texas Land Commissioner I have:

  • Reduced the size of government and increased transparency.
  • Filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management's illegal federal land grab to protect the assets of the schoolchildren of Texas.
  • Fought radical environmentalists and trial lawyers' abuse of the Endangered Species Act.
  • Worked to empower parents to choose the best schools for their children.
  • Stood up for the sanctity of life.
  • Transformed the way the GLO interacts with our veterans; helping more veterans gain access to the services they need.
  • Worked to preserve and protect the most important symbol of Texas liberty, The Alamo.

Recent News

  • Students, 6th-grade and below, invited to enter art contest
    January 16, 2021

    All Texas students in kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to gather their art supplies and enter the 25th annual Treasures of the Texas Coast Children’s Art Contest. The annual contest is sponsored by the Texas General Land Office. Winning artwork will appear in a 2022 calendar distributed across the state by the GLO Adopt-a-Beach […]

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  • The Texas GOP Returns to Its Favorite Pastime: Infighting
    January 11, 2021

    Many Republican insiders have grown tired of Paxton’s lawlessness, and a strong challenger could find encouragement from within the party. That’s where Republican land commissioner George P. Bush comes in. The 44-year-old son of Jeb Bush and nephew of President George W. Bush is already considering a bid to unseat Paxton in the 2022 Republican […]

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  • ‘A sense of fulfillment’: Volunteers retrieve wreaths from veterans cemetery
    January 9, 2021

    The wreaths at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery glistened in the bright Texas sun for the final time Saturday until November. A few hundred area residents braved the chilly temperatures to gather the more than 11,000 wreaths that have been in place at every grave and columbarium since Nov. 28. Bows were discarded and […]

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