Libertarian Party Candidate Events in Houston

This Saturday in Houston, Harris County Libertarians will host a Bill of Rights Dinner, Candidate Campaign Kick-off, and LP Presidential Debate.

If you are running for office, thinking about running, or interested in celebrating the ratification of the US Bill of Rights, please joins us this Saturday night!

Event Program
Bill of Rights

6:00-6:30pm Social & Dinner


6:10-6:30pm Reading of the Bill of Rights


6:30-7:15pm Candidate Campaign Kickoff Speeches & Announcements


7:30-9:00pm LP Presidential Debate


Debate participants will include Texas candidates Roger Gary and Lee Wrights, and Oklahoma’s RJ Harris.


Note: Public notary, Jay Cookingham, will be available to notarize candidate paperwork and a photo station will be setup to take candidate photographs for the LP Texas website.


During “candidate announcements”, all LP candidates who’ve completed their paperwork will have a minimum of 3 minutes to address the audience about their campaigns.


Travel directions:

RSVP here:!/events/278092395565453/  OR

For more information contact:

Guy McLendon, Harris County Chairman
Tel:             832-372-8131      


310th District Court | Petition to Bring Logan Home

HARRIS COUNTY — To be delivered to: LISA MILLARD, 310th DISTRICT JUDGE, The Texas State House, The Texas State Senate, Governor Rick Perry and The United States House of Representatives

Return Christopher “Logan” Parkes to his parents! Don’t let Judge Millard hold him hostage.

Logan was removed from his aunt’s home in August, 2010. Rather than being taken to his mother (who was not involved in his removal from the aunt’s home in any way), he was placed in 4 different shelters in a 10 month period, changed schools 4 times within a year & was placed in a treatment center for counseling for 4 months.

After 10 months, He was finally allowed to return to his mother’s home by CPS. Two months later the judge in Harris County’s Family Court, Lisa Millard, was outraged that CPS took this action without her approval. SHE ORDERED LOGAN REMOVED from his home & placed in a Residential Treatment Center (RTC) immediately. The RTC is 150 miles from his home. He is only allowed visits from his parents once a month for two hours. Most children become young adults before they are released (2-3 YEARS LATER).

Since Logan was placed in the RTC, he has lost all hope, confidence, and self-esteem for himself & trust in authority figures.

His parents have been fighting to have him released to their custody. All of the attorneys, counselors & case workers agree that he needs to be returned to his home. However, JUDGE MILLARD doesn’t.


Direct Link to the 310th District