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Ed Kless, the Libertarian Party candidate for Texas State Senate, has offered his letter of resignation to all District 8 voters.
For the record, here it is in full:
"To the voters of Texas State Senate District 8:
"I am making this public. If I ever vote for increasing the tax burden or increasing spending, I will turn in my letter of resignation to the Texas Senate within 24 hours.
If I fail to do this, I expect voters to vote against me at the next election, since I clearly cannot be trusted.
Any Old Party candidates out there willing to be as unequivocal as Kless – and mean it?
September 13 - Libertarians are frequently accused of being long on theory and short on practice. The public county commissioners monthly meeting where they "hear from the citizens and make policy" is an opportunity to lengthen your practice. Bradley Herndon at the Collin County LP theorizes this is your opportunity to "get out and get your voice heard and get involved!"
September 17 – is Constitution Day and the Texas LP is celebrating by introducing Libby, their new spokeswoman, and they've already prettied up their website in anticipation of the launch of the "Libby Campaign." North Texas Regional Director Amie Parsons wouldn't spill any beans to the Dallas Libertarian Examiner beyond describing the new marketing campaign with an enthusiastic, "it is AWESOME!"
September 20 – This is shaping up to be a big one. LP candidates from Dallas and Collin Counties are gathering to speak about their campaigns and political issues at The Forum room in SMU's Hughes Trigg Student Center
More to come…
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