The Democratic Party's favored candidate for the U.S. Senate nomination in Texas is working to get his message out to voters in the San Antonio area.
For David Alameel, the equation is very simple.
"We need a rational and experienced person who can make a difference" Alameel told 550 KTSA News as his runoff against Kesha Rogers approaches. Despite what some say is a weak crop of candidates at the top of the Democratic Party's statewide ballot, Alameel insisted he can still get his message out.
"I finished an extensive tour in El Paso. I'm doing a lot of activities in Dallas/Fort Worth. I'm here in Bexar County for over a week" Alameel said.
Rogers--a disciple of Lyndon Larouche--has made her call for President Barack Obama's impeachment a focal point of her campaign.