With your help I will be a write-in candidate for the United States Congress representing Texas and District 11.
I will be running as a Republican.
How did we get here?
Since the mid 1970’s many of our businesses have been sending our best paying manufacturing jobs to other countries which has created a service economy here at home.
Problem is, a service economy typically pays in the range of minimum wage to $10, $15 or maybe $20 per hour and with the high cost of rent and vehicles, most simply are unable to make it
Since 1990 we have also been importing on average about 9 ½ million non-immigrant guest workers, many of which have been brought in to take our remaining best paying jobs from your family leaving your family with one of those service type jobs.
Will you help me do this?
They tell me the odds are against a write-in candidate winning.
Which means we have to work harder at getting the message out there.
If you agree with what I have said, will you help me to get signatures in District 11 here in Texas?
Will you help me to spread the word in District 11 here in Texas
In order to become a write-in candidate in the general election, file a Declaration of Write-in Candidacy (PDF) with the Secretary of State or your county judge, as appropriate (see chart), no earlier than July 18, 2020, and no later than 5:00 p.m. on August 17, 2020. Section 146.025, Texas Election Code. Your declaration must be accompanied by either a filing fee or a nominating petition (PDF) signed by a certain number of qualified voters. Tex. Sections 146.023(b), 146.0231, 146.0232, Texas Election Code.
A person who was a candidate for office in the primary election is ineligible for a place on the list of write-in candidates for that same office in the succeeding general election for state and county officers. Section 162.015, Texas Election Code.