Pigs at troughDC politicians have been spending HOG WILD for decades!! Let’s stop the feeding at the trough! Help send US Senate candidate, Amanda Swafford, to Washington!
Campaign supporters are invited to dine on a unique whole suckling pig carved table side at a special event inside the beautiful and intimate surroundings of Vin Vie Bistro, located at 2285 Peachtree Road, NE in Atlanta.

 Cocktails start at 7pm on Wednesday, October 1 followed by dinner at 8. Individual table side seats are priced at $100 each. Very few seats remain so act quickly and buy your tickets now.

For tickets, please visit our website at www.AmandaSwafford.net/Donate.html and enter in the corresponding donation amount for the number of tickets desired ($100 = 1 ticket, $200 = 2 tickets). For questions, please contact Amanda at Amanda@AmandaSwafford.net or call Campaign Headquarters at (770) 967-6681.

Tickets must be purchased by Monday, September 29 or before the event sells out. No tickets sales at the door.

For more information:  Amanda@AmandaSwafford.net

Paid for by Swafford for Senate. 

Truth-O-Meter: Libertarian budget claims are true

candidates-jeffamasonPolitiFact Georgia says Libertarian candidate Jeff Amason’s budget increase claims are true.

“The state budget has increased almost $800 million a year in each of the last two years.”

Jeff Amason on Monday, September 1st, 2014 in interview on The Monica Perez Show, WSB

Truth Meter

Gallup Poll: Third Political Party Is Needed

PRINCETON, NJ — A majority of U.S. adults, 58%, say a third U.S. political party is needed because the Republican and Democratic parties “do such a poor job” representing the American people. These views are little changed from last year’s high. Since 2007, a majority has typically called for a third party.


Andrew Hunt talks to University of North Georgia Students

Andrew-Hunt_0Georgia Libertarian Party candidate for governor continues his outreach to college student in hope the message of liberty will bring inn the votes.

From The Gainesville Times: READ MORE HERE>>>

Libertarian candidate for governor Andrew Hunt spoke Monday to the Politically Incorrect Club at the University of North Georgia, outlining his platform as a third-party candidate.

Hunt is running against Democrat Jason Carter and incumbent Republican Gov. Nathan Deal.

Hunt gave students a lesson in the hurdles the Libertarian Party of Georgia faces each election cycle because it lacks full ballot access.

He said if the party can bring in 20 percent of the vote in the governor’s race, the party will get that access, which would help with fundraising and recruiting candidate.

Hunt described Libertarians as small-government advocates bent on expanding personal freedoms, a position that puts the party in line with Republicans on some issues and Democrats on others.

Chairman: 20% will change Georgia politics forever

logotinylpgalogoOpinion by Doug Craig –

Chairman Libertarian Party of Georgia


Runoff likely in Governor’s race – Libertarians need your vote.

Georgia’s race for governor will likely be decided in a runoff. Neither Deal nor Carter will have enough votes to win outright, according to several recent polls.



Libertarian candidate Andrew Hunt is polling above 7% and continues to travel the state talking issues and seeking voters support.

The prize for the Libertarian Party is 20%. By law, if a “third party” receives 20% in a gubernatorial or presidential race the party will receive full political party status. This means not only will the Libertarian Party have statewide ballot access, libertarian candidates can run in district and county races without the restrictive petition signature requirements.

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