Another Bush family member is eyeing a rise up the political ranks.
George P. Bush — the grandson of former President George H. W. Bush and nephew of former President George W. Bush — says he’s “strongly considering” a run to become Texas’ next attorney general.
The Bush grandson, a Republican, is currently the state’s land commissioner.
Bush’s senior adviser senior advisor Ash Wright told PEOPLE in a statement Friday that “he is considering a run for attorney general.”
Citing the state’s “conservative values,” Wright said Bush is “concerned” about the state’s current attorney general, Ken Paxton, who he said “is plagued by ethical and integrity issues.”
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