Meet The Candidates For Governor of Texas
February 24, 2010

Whether you are a Democrat or Republican, you have plenty of opportunity to meet the candidates for Governor of  Texas over the next few days.

Today through the weekend all of the candidates will make a stop in Houston to campaign during early voting and before the March 2nd primary election day.

Democrat Bill White will have lunch and greet voters at the Breakfast Klub on Travis Street about Noon Today/ Wednesday.  You can meet him and hear his ideas about reforming education and boosting the state’s economy.  You can also find out if  White eat wings and waffles at the Breakfast Klub. 

Later this evening you can meet all three candidates running for the Republican Party nomination for Governor.

TX Candidates for Governor, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Rick Perry, Debra Medina

Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, Governor Rick Perry and former Wharton County GOP Chair Debra Medina will attend the 2010 Lincoln- Reagan Day Dinner.  It’s officially sold out, but maybe you can catch them going in?  The Harris County Republican Party is sponsoring the dinner at the J.W. Marriott Hotel across from the Galleria. It starts about 6:30.  There won’t be any wings and waffles on the menu. 

Finally, on Saturday, Houston Businessman Farouk Shami is holding a “Get Out The Vote” Super Rally.  The event will be held at 5445 Almeda, from 4-7 p.m.  That event is promising food, drinks, a Baptist church choir and a Greek Step Show.  I think it’s worth just showing up to see if Shami knows how to dance.

Debra Medina Confident After Debate
January 14, 2010




Debra Medina victorious in first Gubernatorial debate

DALLAS, TX, Thursday, January 14, 2010 – Tonight, Debra Medina not only made big hits in the Republican gubernatorial debate but she scored a homerun for the citizens of Texas. For the first time in 20 years, We Texans had the opportunity to take part in a heavily contested open primary.
“In an all out war of words, Debra Medina championed We Texans on stage,” said Penny Langford Freeman, Medina campaign manager.  “It’s been decades since We Texans had the opportunity to vote for a true Texas patriot. Debra Medina did an outstanding job in her first, ever statewide debate. She replied with solid answers to the hard-pressed issues facing Texans.”
Clearly differentiating herself from Rick Perry’s decade long reign and Kay Bailey Hutchison’s 15 years in the senate, Debra Medina demonstrated she has the knowledge, leadership and common sense to represent everyday Texans from the governor’s mansion. Debra Medina is not the aristocratic candidate that Rick Perry and Kay Bailey Hutchison represent.
Debra Medina scored big points with voters. She showed Texans that she answers the tough questions facing Texans without giving lip service. She showed she represents the average Texan.
As the March 2nd primary draws near, Texans are now realizing that the expansion of big government is not only intrusive but it’s draining our state and individual sovereignty. It’s time We Texans take back Texas and restore liberty and freedom to all who live in the Lone Star state!  We Texans deserve a governor

Another Republican In The Race For Governor
December 7, 2009

This is a news release sent to 2 on the Beat –

Debra Medina officially files for Goveratnor of Texas Austin, TX, Monday, December 7, 2009 – Texans are one step closer to freedom! Debra Medina was in Austin today, and formally filed to have her name on the 2010 ballot. The office she’s seeking: Governor of Texas.

 While this republican primary is slated to be one of the most volatile primaries in recent Texas history, the Medina campaign has no fear. Medina’s campaign focus has consistently been to decrease the size and scope of the state government and promote freedom through a true representation of the people. “Texans deserve a Governor who is more interested in the needs of Texans,” said campaign manager, Langford Freeman. “We are proud to have a candidate who is listening to the people and offering real solutions for the future of our state.” With the Republican primary less than three months away, the Medina campaign will be working non-stop to spread the message of freedom across the Lone Star State.