Hot on the heels of allegations of impropriety, a leaked Alamo audit showing “potential shortcomings and discrepancies,” and even a request for an AG inquiry into his activities from Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller, it is being reported that Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush will resign from the Alamo Trust.
Believed to be an attempt to throw-off negative press attention that could jeopardize his chances for reelection as General Land Office Commissioner, and in Bush’s words, “’so that there is no appearance of favoritism,’” Bush will step down from one of the three Alamo nonprofits that he is on. This will take place at the next board meeting for the Alamo Trust.
Currently, Bush faces stiff opposition in the March primary for his office, with challenges from former GLO Commissioner Jerry Patterson, Land Surveyor Davey Edwards, and former fire fighter and head of the Save the Alamo effort (not to mention TNM endorsed candidate) Rick Range. All of these candidates have been critical of Bush’s handling of the Alamo management and Reimagining effort, and some have been equally critical of his handling of the GLO (click here).
Primary opponent Davey Edwards summed up best why there has …
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