On the Ballot – Kyle Sinclair for Congress

In western #SanAntonio, Kyle Sinclair hopes to flip a blue seat of #Congress red. He plans to use his experience in #healthcare to address medical #pricetransparency and other critical issues. #Texas #Election2022 #Video #Politics #SavingAmerica https://youtu.be/tIplzsuTv5Y


Kyle Sinclair is running for Congress (Texas District 20, covering much of western San Antonio) in 2022. He is also a healthcare executive, serving as CEO of the PAM Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital of Thousand Oaks. He earned his B.S. in Health Administration Service with a minor in Military Science, and holds a Master of Healthcare Administration from Ohio University (graduating Magna cum Laude). He also has his Lean Six Sigma White Belt. Kyle is an expert in Healthcare Administration, political analysis, and conservative culture, and is working to save America by using his real-world experience to address critical issues that impact real people. He joined us for a chat about his campaign, the importance of electing officials with real-world experience, and the need for price transparency in healthcare. You can find him online through his website or on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, or YouTube.


Thanks for joining me for this episode! I’m a Houston- based attorney, run an HR Consulting company called Claremont Management Group, and am a tenured professor at the University of St. Thomas. I’ve also written several non-fiction political commentary books: Bad Deal for America (2022) explores the Vegas-style corruption running rampant in Washington DC, while The Decline of America: 100 Years of Leadership Failures (2018) analyzes – and grades – the leadership qualities of the past 100 years of U.S. presidents. You can find my books on Amazon, and me on social media (Twitter @DSchein1, LinkedIn @DavidSchein, Facebook @AuthorDavidSchein, YouTube user/ClaremontManagement). I’d love to hear from you!


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