Friday, November 21, 2008
I felt the need to get started a little early for round 2.
2008 was a jump start year for me. I was unknown and being a presidential election year I knew it would be difficult for a third party candidate. Now, people have seen my name. I am better known. 2010 will not have those draw backs.
I have already begun to build my campaign for 2010. New Web site that will be updated as time goes by. More time to get my name to more people. More time to build a bigger war chest for advertisement.
Our constitution needs to be protected. I will do everything in my power to protect it but I need your help. Please check out the new Web site and join the email list. I promise not to overwhelm you with emails, I know many campaigns tend to get tenacious with email lists. I'll only post with important information and maybe the occasional reminder about the campaign.
Look for me on the ballot for U.S Representative Texas Congressional District 18 in 2010. Thank you all for your continuing support and together, we can make a better tomorrow.
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
I would first like to start by thanking everyone that supported me and helped to get my name into public view. There were many factors in this years election. Unfortunately, those factors worked against me.
On a positive note, I have learned a lot, this year. I learned that, even though a few thousand people wouldn't know me if they saw me on the street were willing to vote for me on the basis of principle. People were willing to look past the social engineering that the big two parties have built upon over the last century.
This gives me hope. I will restructure, I will rebuild and I will come back. As long as hope survives, I will be there to help it along. All of you that gave me the opportunity to be heard, you are my inspiration.
Keep me in mind over the next couple of years. I will be there. Help me support other liberty minded candidates. 2010 is an important year for Texans. Governor, Rick Perry, won re-election with a total of 39% of the popular vote. Yes, that's 39% and not a typo.
Look on the ballot, in 2010, for the name Jeff Daiell. I've met the man and still speak with him at times. He is a good man with will and strength to lead Texas. Perry is not well liked. I ask that you give Jeff a chance, just as you gave to me. He wants the best for Texas. He is the best for Texas. http://www.jeffdaiell.com/
Libertarian Candidate U.S. House TX-CD18