The Outright Arizona podcast with host Mike Shipley
The complete episode can be found here.

While serving as a delegate at the Libertarian Party National Convention, I had the pleasure of being introduced to Mike Shipley from Phoenix, Arizona. I was immediately intrigued at the organization he chairs.

In 1998, an organization was founded called Outright Libertarians. The organization works to present the Libertarian Party and candidates to the LGBTQ community. They also work to monitor the Libertarian Party's continued support of the LGBTQ community and equality in general. Mike is the current chair of the organization and also founded and runs the Arizona chapter.

He asked me if I would like an opportunity to discuss my campaign with his listeners. Of course I jumped at the idea. I was especially excited to be a guest since promoting LGBTQ equality within the State of Texas is one of my primary platform goals.

We spent the first part of the show discussing the LGBTQ community in Austin and then in Texas as a whole. We also spent some time talking about my opponent and the difference between being reactionary towards the LGBTQ community versus being truly proactive (she has been the former; I am interested in the latter). After a short break, we came back and discussed ending the so-called "war on drugs" as well as my position on removing the TSA from Texas.