Tink Nathan running for Texas House on roadkill platform


If you’ve been around the outdoor industry for any period of time, you’ll recognize the Republican candidate on the March 4 primary ballot for the Texas House of Representatives from Kerr County. Tink Nathan (yes, that Tink Nathan), is running on a simple platform: if elected he’ll see that Texans can harvest deer they hit with their pickup trucks. “Why should buzzards be the only ones to benefit from the frequent animal-car collisions that occur by the thousands on Texas roads?” Tink asks. Dallas Observer and Celebrity Cafe.