Libertarian gubernatorial candidate to meet Victoria County voters

Melissa Crowe By Melissa Crowe

Oct. 10, 2013 at 5:10 a.m.
Updated Oct. 11, 2013 at 5:11 a.m.

Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Kathie Glass is making a campaign stop in the Crossroads to meet voters.

Glass will be at The Barn in Mission Valley, 12201 Farm-to-Market Road 236, for an informal meet and greet at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Glass, the Libertarian Party chairwoman for Harris County, said she wants to be a governor who makes "nullify" a household word.

She wants to put an end to the Affordable Care Act and the Environmental Protection Agency's cap and trade policy.

"I want to have a governor who will lead the nullification fight," she said. "If it has to be me, I will do it. I will be the leader Texas needs."

Bill Machnis, Victoria County Libertarian Party chairman, called it "a mini conference."

Saturday's meeting will include a strategic planning session with local Libertarians at 2 p.m. and Glass' talk at 4 p.m., he said.

Her other issues include the border, jobs and the economy, eminent domain and toll roads, property and franchise taxes, education, guns and voter guides.



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