Friday, March 07, 2008


Larry Kilgore, a candidate for Texas Independence, scored a big count of 225,258 votes in the March 4 Texas GOP Primary. That represents 18.5 per cent of the total vote, significantly better than Ron Paul, who tallied only 1 per cent.

Eighteen per cent of the total Texas population represents 1,305,000 people, a solid hard core from which to work for a Texas secessionist movement.

Kilgore was a delegate to the Second North American Secessionist Convention in Chattanooga, TN, last October. More details on his campaign can be seen at

Kirkpatrick Sale
Director, Middlebury Institute


Blogger Carol Moore Report said...

FYI that was in a republican senate primary race.

11:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Larry Kilgore for US Senate campaign wants to thank all those who voted for him in the GOP Primary. We are enthused and encouraged as our campaign had an uncompromising Biblical and Constitutional message and received approximately 18% of the vote. We hope this will encourage others to run for public office and to vote principle over politics.

Thank you,
Angela Wittman
Campaign Coordinator
817 522-3951

Larry Kilgore for US Senate

4:47 PM  
Blogger Keith said...

Larry Kilgore is being heard because he is expressing the desires that so many of us feel- to simply be left alone, that we might govern ourselves justly, rather than being forced into the uniform mold of a totalitarian socialist State.

4:45 PM  

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