Biography not available, but this was the response from the candidate when asked:
As a Gandhian, I am a proponent of Truth and non-violence. I seek to abolish the state conception of life, as taught by Jesus Christ in his "Sermon on the Mount."
I am running for Texas Governor to abolish all borders in all nations in favor of a stateless society driven by conscience. The Christians call this the "Kingdom" conception of life, and it is the basis for any hope for World Peace in Gandhian Philosophy.
I have no opposition to people entering and leaving America with an open border.
I believe building the border fence, something close to me, as I own land in the El Paso area, creates unnecessary stress between the populations. This stress is violence from a Gandhian perspective. And violence begets violence, just as we have seen many times in U. S. Foreign Policy.
The fence has more to do with the Marxist presuppositions in our government, attempting to protect itself, than one might wish to think. And we may wish to escape our Marxist government one day, just as people sought to escape the enslaving ideology at the Berlin Wall in the past.
Tolsotyan-Gandhian Libertarian Candidate for Texas Governor
(Endorsed by Dr. Noam Chomsky, Intellectual fo the Age)
Update (10/29/2013 - 21:12):
Because we don't have a category for non-respondents other than "No Reply" we decided it would be best to simply post Gene Chapman's response out of fairness to his views. The following is the form submission we received from Gene which explains his reason for not providing answers to our survey questions:
Subject: Contact Us Form Submission
Submitted on Tuesday, 29 October, 2013 - 18:17
Submitted by anonymous user: [User IP address redacted
Submitted values are:
First Name: Gene
Last Name: Chapman
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 214-770-8053
Nature of Inquiry: Other
I told you that I think your effort is immoral. I did not refuse