Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 11, 2006
Some say you can tell a politician is lying if his lips are moving. Michael Badnarik plans to change that. Badnarik is running for election to the 10th District US House seat currently occupied by freshman Michael McCaul -- and he's taking a novel approach: he's listening. He thinks that politicians would lie less if they listened more. Badnarik kicks off his campaign's "Listening Tour" next Tuesday in Katy. From there he'll hit Brenham, Tomball and points beyond.
"There's intense interest in the district already," says Badnarik, an Austin-area resident who served as the Libertarian Party's 2004 presidential candidate. In that campaign, he met with people across 42 states and brought the limited-government message to over 70 million new listeners.
“Are you happy with your government?" Badnarik asks. "If not, I want to hear about it!”
Badnarik makes his first stop on January 17th at the Cinco Branch Library in Katy, visiting with voters from 7-9 p.m. From there, he moves on to the Student Center at Blinn College in Brenham (1/18, 6-9 p.m.) and the Beckendorf Conference Center at Tomball College (1/25, 7-9 p.m.). Further dates will be announced on the Badnarik for Congress web site, http://www.badnarik.org. The candidate will take his turn at talking in a "Feedback Tour" scheduled for March.
"Is big government interfering with, running or even ruining your life? Tell me about it," says Badnarik, "and I'll come back with real solutions that protect your family, property and security without violating your rights or reducing your freedom."
Michael Badnarik is also the author of the bestselling “Good to be King,” which hit #14 on Amazon.com in the first week of its release.
For more info visit http://www.badnarik.org. To schedule an interview with the candidate, contact Rob Jacobs at 512-637-6860.
Allen Hacker, Campaign Manager: 512-637-6861
Rob Jacobs, Scheduler: 512-637-6860