Michael Badnarik

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Michael Badnarik was the Libertarian nominee in the 2006 congressional election for the 10th Congressional District of Texas (map). He unsuccessfully challenged Republican Rep. Michael McCaul.

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Biography

Badnarik is a single male, born October 1, 1954 in Hammond, Indiana. Badnarik's professional career began in 1977, after leaving the University of Indiana. Since 2000, Badnarik has been engaged in politics, running for two elected positions between 2000 and 2002. [1]

Badnarik ran for President of the United States in 2004 as a Libertarian candidate.

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Background information on Michael McCaul, whom Michael Badnarik challenged in the 2006 congressional elections:

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Campaign contact information

Email: info@badnarik.org
Phone: (512) 637-6860
Toll free: (800) 807-7552 Fax: (512) 637-6355 Mail: 6633 Highway 290 E.
Suite 100
Austin, Texas 78723
Campaign Office: Badnarik for Congress
PO Box 14443
Austin, Texas 78761

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