What if George P. Bush wanted to run for governor in 2014?
It’s not what most people are talking about, now that he’s knocked on the political door. When he filed papers this month designating a campaign treasurer — the first legal step on the path to a candidacy — most of the conversation focused on the lesser statewide offices, things like land commissioner and comptroller.
And his father, former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida, sent out a fundraising letter last week saying his son was looking at the General Land Office.
But if you are, like many political journalists, a fight promoter at heart, you can make out faint rumblings about something bigger.