What is this blog all About?
Vlad Davidiuk is a nationally recognized talk radio host, writer, political analyst, and commentator, and has been a longtime activist in local, state and national politics. He has served in numerous capacities for the Republican Party, and has a long history of working with groups advancing the causes of Conservatism and Liberty, such the Young Republicans and the Republican Liberty Caucus. He has worked on multiple political campaigns from local to Federal levels. His heroes and role models include President Ronald Reagan, and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Vladimir currently lives in Houston with his family, where he produces and hosts The American Chronicles podcast.
I’m Vlad Davidiuk. I’m married to a wonderful woman and we have been blessed with two beautiful children. My family history is long and convoluted. Suffice it to say that I am of Ukrainian ancestry, and that my grandfather was persecuted and chased out of his homeland by Communism. A new start in the New World gave him the freedom to speak, worship and live as he pleased. That legacy continues to run through my veins.
I’m a proud graduate of the University of St. Thomas in Houston, where I served as Chairman of the College Republicans. I’ve served as Republican Precinct Chair, and Election Judge. I’m a member of the Harris County Republican Party, and I’ve also been part of the Republican Hispanic Citizens in Action, the Houston Republican Liberty Caucus and the Houston Young Republicans. I’ve worked in volunteer and staff capacities on various political campaigns, such as the Steve Mueller campaign for Congress (TX-9), the Ted Cruz campaign for U.S. Senate, the Greg Abbott campaign for Governor, and the Romney, Perry and Cruz Presidential campaigns.
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