Kathie Glass to debate Bill White in Rowlett – Saturday, Sept. 25
Houston, Texas, September 24, 2010: Kathie Glass, the Libertarian nominee for Texas governor, will face off against Democratic nominee Bill White on Saturday, Sept. 25, 5:00 p.m., at the Rowlett Tea Party, First United Methodist Church of Rowlett, 4405 Main Street, Rowlett, Texas. Incumbent Rick Perry was invited but refused to attend.
This is not the first time that Kathie Glass and Bill White have faced each other and the Texas voters in debate, and it won’t be the last. Another debate is set for Houston next month, with more being planned. “Texas voters can see, hear, and question the two candidates who are not afraid of facing them and each other in a debate,” said Ms. Glass. “Rick Perry is AWOL from these debates just like he has been AWOL in defending our border for the last ten years.”
Ms. Glass will continue to emphasize four main issues giving her campaign incredible momentum as she takes her message all over the state: border security, state sovereignty against unconstitutional federal acts, drastically lower taxes and spending, and strengthened property rights. “You won’t get any of these things from any other candidate. If these are the things you want, I’m not just another choice for governor, I’m your only choice.”