I hope you and your non-cancerous lesion are doing well. I am writing to you in an attempt to pull you out of the dredges of 1991 to inform you that Al Gore has since created the internets and now most candidates and elected officials have joined the technology age and have websites.
As someone who represents such a progressive part of Austin, Elliot Naishtat of all people should have a website. And as a concerned (non)constituent, I am volunteering to donate $50 to your campaign to start a website with Wired for Change. It is $10 to secure a domain (like ElliotNaishtat.com or ElliotForAustin.com or something) and then $40 a month to maintain it, along with unlimited blast emails and an integrated database. Here is a little video which explains why it is so inexpensive.
Fifty dollars is a Thursday night bar tab, and would be worth the contribution to get you a spot on the World Wide Web. I will even donate my time in collecting information and work on creating it and making it look good. I will ask people for permission to use photos like this patriotic one taken of you on the 4th of July (before or after the water-balloon tossing contest I wonder?).
This will be the easiest website you never made, and help launch you into the 21st century.
Let me know if you are interested,
UPDATE: Check out the response from Rep. Naishtat.