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Gene Chapman
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Governor of Texas
Former candidate
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Gene Chapman was a Libertarian candidate for Governor of Texas in the 2014 elections. He withdrew on January 8, 2014.[1]



See also: Texas gubernatorial election, 2014

Chapman ran for election to the office of Governor of Texas.[2] He withdrew on January 8 and endorsed Lee Wrights, citing Texas Libertarian Party internal disputes.[1]


On his website, Chapman lists his five point plan if elected governor:[3]

  • 1) Swear not/ Do not take oaths (ends the state and all its systems of violence).
  • 2) Lay not up for yourselves treasures on earth (mitigates envy and covetousness and refocusses life on the family and community).
  • 3) Render not evil for evil (ends war).
  • 4) Go not to law (ends the legal system).
  • 5) Judge not, condemn not (ends bigotry, discrimination, the prison system and the death penalty).

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