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What is George W. Bush's mailing address?

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Former president George W. Bush accepts postal mail via his office address listed as Office of George W. Bush, P.O. Box 259000, Dallas, TX 75225-9000. Additionally, mail can be sent to the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at 1000 George Bush Drive West, College Station, TX 77845.

George W. Bush, known for the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002, was the 43rd president, elected to office in 2001. None of the former United States presidents have a way to be contacted through email, including president George W. Bush. However, it is possible to reach out to the presidential office via email at info@ogwb.org. Personal responses should not be expected, but a reply from a member of staff at the office is a possibility.

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