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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