I wonder if you would like to help me frame a complaint to the Texas Secretary of State? They have a form that I can download and either email or regular mail to them. I find the electoral requirements for write-in candidates to be unnecessary and intentionally cumbersome.
Write-in candidates 
". . . the person may still run as a write-in candidate. The candidate must either:
- pay a $3,750 filing fee, or
- submit 5,000 qualified signatures. However, the petition must be filed by 5:00 pm of the 70th day before general election day, and cannot be filed earlier than 30 days before this deadline.
And another point: Why is there a fee or a signature requirement to be on a Texas ballot as a write-in candidate? You mean Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Fred Flintstone and a whole range of cartoon characters have bee disenfranchised from Texas politics all these years, and no one even knew they were throwing their vote away?
I might as well seek ballot access.
Tolstoyian-Gandhian Libertarian Candiate for Texas Governor
(Endorsed by Dr. Noam Chomsky)