OUR CAMPAIGN IS OFFICIALLY ON THE BALLOT!
The Luecke for Congress Campaign is all
about fixing problems in Texas and America
Choose a category: education, health care, climate change, mass media, elections, infrastructure, food production, corporate monopolies, drug policy, incarceration, mass transit, poverty, foreign policy.
America is like a 200 year old house that needs to be fixed all over the place.
I propose that we start by improving the economy for the middle class and build a renewable energy infrastructure which would create half a million jobs in Texas, pay land holders to rent access to their fields for wind and solar farms, and benefit American energy consumers with a product that is continually decreasing in cost and will soon be cheaper than natural gas.
LARGE INVESTORS ARE GETTING OUT OF FOSSIL FUELS AND MOVING TO RENEWABLE ENERGY.
OIL IS ABOUT TO BE HISTORY.
BUILDING A RENEWABLE ENERGY GRID CREATES MILLIONS OF AMERICAN JOBS
In Texas alone we could create over half a million green jobs that last 40 years. Check out the clean energy map at The Solutions Project to see all the future savings to Texans, including health care.
Independent Candidate for US Congress District 25.
Martin is the only candidate in America with a plan to employ millions of Americans to Build A New America.
Martin is the only candidate in America talking about the true existential threat of abrupt climate change, and has a plan for what America can do about it.
Martin believes in healthcare and education for all.
Martin believes in science and the use of technology to guide and improve America.
Martin is the only candidate in the race for the 25th district who actually lives in the district.
Martin has earned leadership roles all his life.
Martin has two grown children and a mountain bike.
Martin is a former President of the Windsor Park Neighborhood Association, and currently sits on the Mueller Plan Implementation Commission for the City of Austin.
Martin writes a monthly column for the neighborhood newsletter called Meet Your Neighbor.
Martin is the neighborhood handy man.
Martin has been to every SXSW Eco Conference.
Martin's first career was in television news as a reporter/videographer. His nightly story for "Off The Record" was comedy news a dozen years before "The Daily Show" was invented.
Martin's second career was in the air ambulance industry, and was instrumental in making the Texas Department of Health create a viable air ambulance medical license. He was also responsible for the first air ambulance website in history.
Martin is a graduate of The University of Texas journalism school.
Martin received a collegiate All American award from the National Cheerleader Association when he was Head Cheerleader at UT.
At 17 Martin was the youngest newspaper columnist in America writing once a week for the Cameron Herald.
Martin is tired of speaking in the third person.