Friday, November 03, 2006

Today On The Trail

We're riding hard and clean to the very end. Just 4 days until Election Day! Here's what's on tap for today:

9am: Phone interview with the Martinsville Daily Times about electronic voting,
Noon: Rally with Norte Dame LP supporters
2pm: Interview with the South Bend Tribune.
3:30pm: Media and volunteer reception at the LPLP headquarters in downtown LaPorte
6pm: ALCO-TV in Michigan City for a candidate taping. Will be aired throughout the area all weekend.
7pm (CST): The Lake County LP will be hosting a fundraiser and volunteer event at the Pizza House at 108 West Commercial in Lowell.

Supporters can pick up materials (palm cards, lapel stickers, yard signs) for working their polling places. If you live in Northern Indiana, be sure to meet up with us on the trail today!

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Home Stretch

This is it- just seven days left until the one poll that matters- The Election!

Please keep in mind that my race for Secretary of State is more than just that. It's the Libertarian Party of Indiana's ballot status race.

At minimum, I must receive at least 2% statewide to continue the Libertarian Party's automatic ballot access. If I fail, petitions will have to be carried in order to put Libertarian candidates on the ballot.

If you want to know the value of automatic ballot access, I suggest you talk to the Greens. They failed to get on the ballot this year after 18 months of petitioning. LPIN State Chair Mark Rutherford estimates the cost of successful petitioning to be $140,000.

Here's an easier way:

Donate $100 to my campaign right now. Click here.
Vote for Mike Kole on November 7. Click here to find your polling place.
Work a polling place on Election Day. Click here to sign up.

If you are a Libertarian and you believe in the Libertarian Party, and if you only give to one Libertarian cause, this is the one. Without ballot access, a political party really doesn't exist.

The Libertarian Party is becoming an increasingly significant voice. Look at Rex Bell. Look at our contribution to the eminent domain dialogue. We are the only party speaking against forced annexations. Did I mention Rex Bell? Ballot access gives Rex the chance to go to the Statehouse, and not just on a visitor's tour.

Let's make sure Hoosiers can continue to have the opportunity to vote for the only party that relentlessly promotes smaller government and lower taxes.

No regrets on November 8. Be in action today!

Monday, October 30, 2006

Insight Message

We have the video file for my statement on the Insight CATV system's candidate show. It runs 3 minutes, 30 seconds.

Download via this link to get the file, or go to to see it via You Tube.

Sunday, October 29, 2006

Schedule Notes

We have three big travel dates remaining.

Friday, 11/3- This will be a whirlwind of a day, with stops across the Northern third of the state, including Suth Bend and LaPorte. Details forthcoming. The item that is set in stone is a fundraiser dinner in Lowell, at the Pizza House. The fun starts at 7pm. The Pizza House is located at 108 W. Commercial, in Lowell.

Saturday, 11/4- Looks like the Southern part of the state, with a stop in Clarksville for the annual Lewis & Clark festivities. Look for more details shortly.

Tuesday, 11/7- Election Day will also be a whirlwind of a day, beginning with the casting of my ballot at 6am in Fishers. I'll be at one (or more!) of the voting locations in Indiana House District 54 supporting Rex Bell for the evening rush. We'll wrap up in Indianapolis at the LPIN election night party at Bearno's on Pennsylvania St.

Be sure to join us along the way!