But few in official Washington, share the moniker. Some political trivia: Of course, we’ve had a good run of presidents named George (George Washington, and then those two George Bushes). But it’s still not the most popular presidential name: that would be James (six of ‘em), followed by John and William at four each.
But George isn’t so common among the current political set.
Not a George to be found in the Cabinet, either.
Though if, as expected, the royal baby name sets off a global trend, we can expect a Congress full of Congressmen Georges starting in about... 2070 (since the average age of the House is 57).