Thursday, April 8, 2010

Volunteer Picnic - Block Walking Saturday 4/10/10

The Clayton Trotter for Congress campaign will hold a "Good Old Fashion Picnic" Saturday, April 10th, 9:30 a.m. at Olmos Park.

For more information: News

Early Voting Started! Election Day Tuesday (4/13)

Early voting for the runoff has already started and ends Friday. Election day is this coming Tuesday, April 13th.
Please VOTE! Every vote counts.

There will be a victory party at Tomatio's Cafe y Cantina at 7pm on Election day.

May God bless you and this country.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Tomorrow is the Primary!

Tomorrow is the time to vote for Clayton Trotter in the primary for district 20.

Victory Party at Tomatillo’s Café Y Cantina

The Clayton Trotter for Congress District 20 volunteers and supporters will hold their victory party at Tomatillo’s Café Y Cantina

3210 Broadway Zip 78209 from 7pm to Victory tomorrow, Tuesday, night.

Please join us.


Contact: Tom Kennedy Campaign Manger

Monday, February 22, 2010

Business Owners and Business Leaders, We want your input!

INVITATION:  Join us for a round table discussion of how Clayton Trotter can support you in Congress.

Joe “The Plumber” Wurzelbacher will be there with his input. Our campaign treasurer, Davis Jackson CPA, will also present a brief overview on how Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid can be not only saved, but fully funded forever. His plan will also cut the Federal Deficit by $-billions.

Where: Tomatillo’s Café Y Cantina, 3210 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209
When: Tuesday February 23rd from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Cost: $25.00 for lunch


Clayton Trotter is standing for Congressional District 20 to replace Charlie Gonzalez. He has a proven track record.

You can trust your vote to Clayton Trotter. For 10 years as General Counsel of the Justice Foundation, Clayton has stood for conservative values and for our God-given rights of life, liberty and property.

With compassion, Clayton has spoken out loudly for the rights of the unborn and for pregnant mothers and those hurt by their abortions.

Because of the loss of his son in Iraq, Clayton knows freedom isn’t free. He will defend our right to protect our families, our religious liberties, and our nation.

We, the People, have a right to direct our futures and to control our resources. For 17 years as a professor, Clayton taught these principles of our Constitution and will be vigilant to apply them in Congress.