|Governor of Alabama|
The Morgan County Republican Party denounced George last year to try and keep him from running to become a Newt Gingrich delegate to the GOP National Convention. The State Republican party overruled and allowed him to run. The county organization said that George left the party for a few months after a disagreement, badmouthing them as he left. George explained that they had never accepted him. "I’m not their type. I am a real Republican," he said. "I didn’t come to the party like some of the Democrats they have accepted, who crossed over to keep from being defeated in local elections.”
- See also: Alabama gubernatorial election, 2014
George ran for election to the Governor of Alabama. George sought the Republican nomination in the primary on June 3, 2013. Incumbent Gov. Robert Bentley ran for re-election. The general election took place November 4, 2014.
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George is currently on his fourth marriage, a personal detail he feels may hurt his image for the election. He is now happily married and says "It took me four times to find someone who would put up with me."
- AL.com, "Alabama's Bentley draws 2014 opposition from man who would be "gun-toting governor"," accessed August 6, 2013
- Yellowhammer, Bentley draws first challenger, but not anyone you would think, April 11, 2013
- All Alabama, Alabama's Bentley draws 2014 opposition from man who would be "gun-toting governor", April 11, 2013
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