During his 33 years as an attorney, he has structured, negotiated and assisted numerous individual and corporate clients with business related, real estate and personal transactions and agreements; represented both plaintiff and defendant clients in a variety of complex lawsuits in federal and Texas courts; served as court-appointed mediator for dispute resolution; been a director of various privately-held businesses and non-profits; and volunteered his legal services to various churches and non-profits. He is a member of the Christian Legal Society, American Health Lawyers Association, Association of Attorney Mediators, and the Collin County Bar Association.
George became active in the Republican Party when President Obama was elected and he began to understand the need for citizen involvement at all levels of the political process. Prior to becoming Chairman, he served as general counsel for the Collin County Republican Party, co-chairman (three times) of the SD8 Resolutions Committee, delegate to the Texas convention in 2010, 2012, and 2014, and alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention in 2012.
George’s position is that, in order for the Republican Party to become and remain a majority national party, it must take its conservative foundational ideas and ideals and speak them plainly and unapologetically into all communities and people-groups, knowing that Republican principles of personal responsibility, limited government, rule of law, promotion of life, liberty, and family, private property, and free enterprise are the keys to real opportunity, real economic growth, and real freedom.