It’s Official! Kyle Files For State Rep

December 1, 2015

Con­ser­v­a­tive, Chris­t­ian Repub­li­can Kyle Biedermann’s Grass­roots Bid For State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive is Official

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Fred­er­icks­burg, TX (12/01/15) — Fred­er­icks­burg small busi­ness own­er, Kyle Bie­der­mann has made it offi­cial and pub­licly filed for office in Texas. An Ace Hard­ware Deal­er and a Chris­t­ian Con­ser­v­a­tive, Kyle has filed as a repub­li­can can­di­date for the Texas House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives for House Dis­trict 73. This dis­trict cov­ers Comal , Gille­spie and Kendall coun­ties. “I have been blessed to live in Texas for the past 30 years and I have been work­ing as hard as I can to pro­vide for my fam­i­ly and serve my com­mu­ni­ty,” said Biedermann.

Kyle is pro-life, pro-sec­ond amend­ment, sup­ports a more lim­it­ed gov­ern­ment and has a plan to secure our bor­der. Kyle has now vis­it­ed every cor­ner of the dis­trict, knocked on thou­sands of doors, held a dis­trict wide tele-town­hall and has begun an aggres­sive, but grass­roots fundrais­ing oper­a­tion. “We need a chris­t­ian busi­ness­man to rep­re­sent us, not a career politician”.

“This is one of the most con­ser­v­a­tive and fastest grow­ing dis­tricts in Texas but also includes many rur­al areas and schools that seem to get left behind and we deserve true con­ser­v­a­tive rep­re­sen­ta­tion, not just words, that reflects these needs and val­ues,” says Bie­der­mann. “I am not a politi­cian, I am a suc­cess­ful small busi­ness own­er. I have proven over 30 years, that I can man­age the growth and chal­lenges of run­ning a busi­ness with hard work, per­sis­tence, com­mon sense and vision with a heart to serve my cus­tomers. And I will not change my con­ser­v­a­tive, Chris­t­ian prin­ci­ples when I get to Austin”.

Kyle’s cam­paign is grass­roots, pos­i­tive and focused sole­ly on the issues that affect the hard­work­ing peo­ple in the Texas Hill Coun­try. Kyle has unveiled his posi­tions on his web­site, “We must act now to keep Texas free and pros­per­ous, and while there are no sim­ple or easy answers, togeth­er we can accom­plish great things,” said Kyle.

Kyle has sev­en chil­dren with his wife Bar­bi and also four grand­chil­dren. They are mem­bers of Oak Hills Church in Fredericksburg.


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