You won’t see him in the debates, but he is beginning to get some buzz in the media. Texas Gubernatorial candidate ‘s coverage includes an in the Dallas Morning News back in July (I know, old stuff), and more recently, in the Waxahachie Daily Light, an article where the title seemingly changed from “ ” to “Werner touts“. Wes Benedict noted in the comments that Werner “is interviewed by radio, television, or newspapers usually at least once per day.” One of those interviews was conducted by the Houston Chronicle via .
Post-podcast NEWSFLASH:‘s last name is “Smither”, not “Smithers”! For the love of liberty, you would think our Gubernatorial candidate could at least get it right.
In other news, Werner has a new website called ““. He figures if all the other candidates have nicknames, there is no reason he shouldn’t have one as well. The site allows you to suggest a nickname and vote for your favorites.
Grandma, Kinky and two representatives from the mega-party are also in the race.