Kinky Friedman Names Native West Texan As Campaign Manager
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Kinky Friedman Names Native West Texan As Campaign Manager

Friedman Thrilled to Have Proven Winner Joining the Team


      (Austin, Texas) —Texas Commissioner of Agriculture candidate, Kinky Friedman, announces Rania Batrice as his Campaign Manager for the duration of the election cycle. Batrice recently served as communications director for the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party and played an integral role in helping to elect United States Senator Heidi Heitkmap (D-ND).

 

      Friedman stated, "Rania knows how to turn a red state blue because she’s actually done it. She is a native west Texan with a lot of political experience, understanding, and passion for this great state we all know and love. I respect  her judgment, and I know she will help us bring home a primary victory in March. I’m thrilled to have her on our team and have no doubt she will work tirelessly to get the word out about our plan to move Texas forward.”

 

      “I am so happy to be back home in Texas and excited to be working with a leader who isn’t afraid to take on an issue that is bigger than himself and will benefit every tax-paying citizen in our state. I respect Kinky and am honored to be named his campaign manager," Batrice said.

 

      Batrice has dedicated her professional life to progressing public policy in the areas of domestic and international economic development, justice reform, agriculture, human rights, and the eradication of poverty, sex trafficking, and forced labor.

 

      Prior to managing Friedman’s campaign, Batrice worked as a communications consultant for various political and non-profit clients.

 

      Batrice is a native of Lubbock, Texas.
 
Seeds of Change Tour
Sat.     Jan. 11   Opening of El Paso NORML, Hilton Garden Inn, 111 W. University Ave. El Paso, TX, 10 a.m.
Tue.    Feb. 11   Dallas Morning News (Editorial Board Meeting), 508 Young Street, Dallas, TX
Wed.   Feb. 12   Oklahoma Jazz Hall Of Fame, 111 East First Street, Tulsa, OK
Thurs. Feb. 13    Red Dragon Listening Room, 2401 Florida Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA
Fri.      Feb. 14   Old Quarter Acoustic Café, 413 20th Street, Galveston, TX
Sat.     Feb. 15   Main Street Crossing, 111 Main Street, Tomball, TX
Sun.    Feb. 16   McGonigel’s Mucky Duck, 2425 Norfolk St. Houston, TX
Mon.   Feb. 17   Morning – Houston, TX (Meetings)
Mon.   Feb. 17  Evening – College Station (A&M Democrats Meeting)
Mon.   Feb. 18   Kauffman Leadership Academy, 1108 N. Anglin St. Cleburne, TX (Johnson County Democratic Meeting)
Wed.   Feb. 19  Tipsy Gypsy, 812 E. Methvin St. Longview, TX
Thurs. Feb. 20   Salesmen's Club Of Dallas @ J. Erik Jonsson School, 106 E. 10th, Dallas, TX
Fri.      Feb. 21   Poor David’s Pub, 1313 South Lamar, Dallas, TX
Sat.     Feb. 22   one2one Bar, 1509 South Lamar, Austin, TX
Sun.    Feb. 23   El Hueso De Fraile, 837 Elizabeth Street, Brownsville, TX
Mon.   Feb. 24   Brownsville, TX
Tues.  Feb. 25   McAllen, TX
Wed.   Feb. 26  Vaquero's, 1406 Jacaman Rd, Ste 3, Laredo, TX
Thurs. Feb. 27   Railroad Blues, 504 W. Holland Ave, Alpine, TX
Fri.      Feb. 28   Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave, Lubbock, TX
Sat.     Mar. 1    Tricky Falls, 209 S. El Paso Street, El Paso, TX
Sun.    Mar. 2     Big Spring, TX (Farmers Meeting)
 The dates in blue are campaign stops - all others are performance dates.
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