Kathie Glass Plans 8 Events in 8 East Texas Counties This Weekend

Kathie Glass, Libertarian Party Candidate for TX Governor

Kathie Glass, Libertarian Party Candidate for TX Governor

Press Release: In a whirlwind tour, Kathie Glass, Libertarian candidate for Governor of Texas, will travel in her tour bus to participate in eight events in eight East Texas towns this coming weekend.

Details:

Friday, Aug. 22
6:30 p.m. – Lufkin
Cheddars
3901 S Medford Dr
Meet & Greet

Saturday, Aug. 23

9:00 a.m. – Rusk
The Daily Grind Coffee House and Bakery
104 W. Fifth St.
Meet & Greet

10:30 a.m. – Palestine
Bon Apetit Restaurant and Bakery
1734 Crockett Rd.
Meet & Greet

Noon – Athens
613 S.. Prairieville St.
Coffee Love
Meet & Greet

1:30 p.m. – Tyler
Spring Creek Barbeque
5810 S. Broadway
Volunteer planning, working meeting for Northeast Texas

3:30 p.m. – Henderson
MoJoe’s Coffee Cafe
106 W. Main St.
Meet & Greet

6:00 p.m. – Nacogdoches
Harvest Point Baptist Church
2708 South St.
Kathie speaks to Nacogdoches Tea Party

Sunday, Aug. 24 3:00 p.m. – Hearne
Dixie Cafe
708 S. Market St.
Meet & Greet

Kathie Glass for Texas Governor Tour Bus

Kathie Glass for Texas Governor Tour Bus
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The campaign has been so busy that we have not had time to give you a detailed account of campaign activities. Even during the slow summer months, the Kathie Glass Texas 254 County Tour has produced unprecedented newspapers and television coverage. So far the campaign has hit about 160 counties.

We are busy getting ready for the fall campaign push. Video/TV ads are in production. The techs filming Kathie said the session was the smoothest they have seen. We hope to roll out a new website by Labor Day. There’s more, but it will have to wait until later.

We hope to see East Texas supporters this weekend!

0 thoughts on “Kathie Glass Plans 8 Events in 8 East Texas Counties This Weekend

  1. In my opinion, she is the best choice for Governor but does she have a chance to win? That is the question. She’ll probably pull enough votes from the Republican candidate and the Democrat will win. Then, may God help us all because the Democrat candidate hasn’t a clue. And to be fair, the republican candidate has not done a stellar job as Attorney General. If she can poll above 30% near the election, I’ll probably vote for her. If not, Greg Abbott is the best of the worst.

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