George D. Buffett

George D. Buffett REPRepublican

American politician

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George D. BuffettREPRepublican American politician
Age at Death1928-2012
Years of Experience
NMResidence (state)

George Duval Buffett (November 19, 1928 – October 13, 2012) was an American politician who was a Republican member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from 1979 to 2002. Buffett attended University of New Mexico and was a businessman. He died in 2012. He was an arch-conservative state representative, owner of Buffett's Candy and cousin of Warren Buffett. George's interest in politics stemmed from his uncle, congressman Howard Homan Buffett. He attended the Republican National Convention 1952 in Chicago. He served as a State Representative for 24 years (1979-2002). He was a fiscal conservative. He started writing a political newsletter, called Buffett's Bullets, to educate and to provide insight into the inner workings of politics in NM from 1989 through 2008 and had a mailing list that grew from 150 to over 10,000 people from across the state. He also served as the Republican National Committeeman for the State of NM for four years (2004-2008) and he again attended the Republican National Convention 2008 in Minneapolis.

Education3 - 3 of 1
University of New Mexico
Past Positions1 - 5 of 5
New Mexico State House
1978 - 2002
Delegate to National Convention
Republican Legislative Campaign Committee
Self employed
1952 - Current