Libertarian Katherine Glass Campaigns for Governor

The easy part for Katherine "Kathie" Youngblood Glass was securing the gubernatorial nomination of the Libertarian Party of Texas, which she did by a 3-to-1 margin over the party’s 2002 choice, Jeff Daiell, on June 13 in Austin. Glass, 56, a Houston trial lawyer, knows she has almost no shot of winning in a state where the most successful Libertarian candidate since 1992 mustered less than 1.5 percent of the vote.

Still, she's ready to do battle — on general principle — and she'll get her first shot at Democrat Bill White on July 5, at the ...

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