The Republican Party of Texas would like to welcome George P. Bush as the newest member of the Chairman’s Circle. Texas continues to be a stronghold for Republican politics and it would not be possible without the generosity and support of thousands of donors that contribute as much as they can every year to help us keep electing Republicans across the state. We are extremely thankful for every contribution made to the party no matter how small or large, and today we would like to welcome another member into the Chairman’s Circle as a result of him donating $25,000 to the party.

George P. Bush is a Texas native who was born in Houston. He received his undergraduate degree from Rice University before attending the University of Texas School of Law. After earning his Juris Doctorate from law school, George P. joined Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld as a corporate attorney. Most recently, George P. founded St. Augustine Partners LLC, an investment firm focused on oil and gas transactions and private business consulting.

For the last seven years, George P. has been a member of the U.S. Naval Reserves. In 2010 he served an eight-month tour supporting Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and was awarded the Joint Service Commendation Medal.

He is the co-founder of the Hispanic Republicans of Texas and spends his time traveling across the state speaking to Hispanic groups to unite the Hispanic community and conservatives.┬áHe also served as the Deputy Finance Chair for the Republican Party of Texas until he had to step down from his position when he filed papers in November 2012 to run for public office.Click here for George P. Bush’s full biography.

RPT Chairman Steve Munisteri thanked him saying, “I would like to personally welcome George P. Bush into the Chairman’s Circle. His joining demonstrates a commitment to further building the Republican Party and supporting conservative principles. We look forward to him continuing to have an active role within the party and it is clear he is leading a new generation of Texas Republicans.”