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Gubernatorial candidate stops in area

By Victoria Advocate
Oct. 18, 2013 at 5:18 a.m.

Kathie Glass, Libertarian candidate for Texas governor in 2014, stopped by the Mission Valley Barn recently to meet with local and regional Libertarians and the general public. The group discussed plans for the 2014 elections, how the Libertarian Party can recruit candidates to run serious races promoting liberty and how to build the party at the county level. For more information on the Libertarian Party in Victoria County, contact Bill Machnis, owner of Mission Valley Barn, at 361-571-6489.  Shown from left are  DeWayne Dixon, Lavaca County chairman; Tom Glass, candidate for Texas attorney general and vice chairman of the Libertarian Party of Texas; Michael Hansen, Jackson County chairman; Kathie Glass; Bill Machnis, Victoria County chairman;  Robert Butler, state executive committee member; Maurice Johnson, DeWitt County chairman; and Robie Lowery, Goliad County chairman.

Kathie Glass, Libertarian candidate for Texas governor in 2014, stopped by the Mission Valley Barn recently to meet with local and regional Libertarians and the general public. The group discussed plans for the 2014 elections, and how the Libertarian Party can recruit candidates to run serious races promoting liberty, and how to build the Party at the county level. For more information on the Libertarian Party in Victoria County, contact Bill Machnis, owner of Mission Valley Barn, at 361-571-6489. Shown from, left, are DeWayne Dixon, Lavaca County chair; Tom Glass, candidate for Texas Attorney General and vice chair of the Libertarian Party of Texas; Michael Hansen, Jackson County chair; Kathie Glass; Bill Machnis, Victoria County chair; Robert Butler, state executive committee member; Maurice Johnson, DeWitt County chair; and Robie Lowery, Goliad County chair.

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