Texas House of Representatives, District 90
College & University:
- 1964 to 1965 - Attended Arlington State College - Business Administration
- 1978 - Attended American College of Real Estate
- 1965 to 1992 - 22 Pilot and Aircraft Mechanic Trade Schools
Financial Securities Schools
- 1993 - Securities Training Corporation, Series 22. and 63, Securities Certifications
(Qualified to sell financial securities investments)
- 1996 - Securities Training Corporation, Series 39, Securities Certification
(Qualified to own and operate a Financial Securities Brokerage Firm)
"Successful Business Owner; currently owns and operates Yamparika Corporation a consulting company. Experienced Pilot; 20 year retired Corporate Pilot, having flown aircraft throughout the contiguous United States, Canada, Northwest Territories, Mexico, Europe, north and Central Africa, Bermuda, Bahamas, and the Virgin Islands for major and private oil companies. Published Author; Wrote and published a hard back book in 1985 about corporate aviation which is a career guidance book for young men and women interested in the field of corporate aviation."
REPUBLICAN PARTY PARTICIPATION AND SERVICE
- 03-2-2010 Primary; Candidate for State Representative, District 90, Unopposed
- 11-4-2008 General; Candidate for State Representative, District 90, Lost
- 03-4-2008 Primary; Candidate for State Representative, District 90, Unopposed
- 11-2-2004 General; Candidate for State Representative, District 90, Lost
- 03-9-2004 Primary; Candidate for State Representative, District 90, Won
- 11-5-2002 General; Candidate for State Representative, District 90, Lost
- 03-5-2002 Primary; Candidate for State Representative, District 90, Unopposed
- Past Precinct Chair 1062
- Served as Election Judge General Election (2006)
- Served as Election Judge Primary Run Off (2008)
- Tarrant County Republican Party head quarters volunteer
Keilberg state the following beliefs on his campaign site:
"1. Good government is based upon the individual and that each persons ability, dignity, freedom and responsibility must be honored and recognized.
2. The proper function of government is to do for the people those things that can not be done by individuals and that the most effective government is closest to the people.
3. I believe in free enterprise and the encouragement of individual initiative and incentive.
4. I believe in equal rights, equal justice, and equal opportunity for all, regardless of race, creed, age, sex or national origin.
5. I believe a good representative should retain those principals of the past worth retaining, yet always be recitative to new ideas with an outlook broad enough to accommodate thoughtful change and varying points of view regardless of political party.
6. I believe in a strong military to preserve our national strength, and at the same time share with people everywhere a desire for peace and freedom and the extension of human rights throughout the world."
Keilberg ran for election to Texas House of Representatives District 90 in 2010 and lost. He was unopposed in the March 2 Republican primary and was defeated by incumbent Democratic candidate Lon Burnam in the November 2 general election.
In the last fundraising period, Keilberg raised $0.
In his failed 2008 general election bid, Keilberg raised $0.
Campaign Office: 817-921-3838
Mail: P. O. Box 2109 Fort Worth, TX 76113
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