Gary Johnson Atlanta Rally Nov. 2 Crown Plaza Midtown

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You’ve heard of the Sit-In. #TeamGov is touring across the states hosting #YouIns. Come join Governor Gary Johnson for a campaign rally in Atlanta at the Crown Plaza in Midtown in the Georiga Ballroom.

Learn about Governor Johnson and his success as a two-term Governor of New Mexico.

See why Johnson/Weld are rapidly gaining support as the sane choices for President and Vice-President. Join us and let’s make history together. #YouIn?

RSVPs are not required, but appreciated. Doors open at 5:00 pm for a cocktail hour with the rally starting at 6:00 pm. A cash bar will be available. Bring a friend!

Please be advised that parking at the Crowne Plaza is $15. The closest MARTA station is the Red Line – North Avenue.

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Johnson Weld 2016 Campaign Materials Are Here!

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YES! We have yard signs and bumper stickers!

For those that live in Cobb, Cherokee, Atlanta, Macon, Stockbridge, Bartow or Northwest Georgia then you have materials available at your local LP AFFILLIATES.

We have over 1,000 yard signs and  still need to get them to Athens, Augusta, Albany, Columbus, Savannah, Thomasville, Gainesville, Johns Creek, and Camden.

We need people to be distributors and organizers on a local level to pick up and get the promotional material out.

Click HERE to contact us on how you can help. 

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GEORGIA LIBERTARIAN U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE BUCKLEY SAYS BARKSDALE’S DEBATE SNUB A LOW BLOW

GEORGIA LIBERTARIAN U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE BUCKLEY SAYS BARKSDALE’S DEBATE SNUB A LOW BLOW

Atlanta, August 3, 2016 —Allen Buckley, the Libertarian Party of Georgia’s U.S. Senate candidate, says Democrat Jim Barksdale’s failure to include him in a debates invitation is a “low blow.”

On August 2nd, the Associated Press reported that Barksdale invited incumbent Johnny Isakson to participate in a series of six debates relating to economic issues, to take place in Albany, Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Macon and Savannah. According to the article, Isakson’s campaign manager, Trey Kilpatrick, says Isakson looks forward to debating and has asked his team to start debate negotiations.

On May 25th and June 22nd, Buckley invited Barksdale and Isakson to a series of six one-hour debates, to take place beginning in mid-September. Neither the Isakson campaign nor the Barksdale campaign responded to Buckley’s debates invitations. Both Isakson and Barksdale also have repeatedly failed to respond to an August debate request of the Athens-Clarke County Library.

Buckley said: “Given the fact that there are three of us on the ballot, and my prior unanswered challenges for an identical six debates, I consider Barksdale’s attempts to exclude me from the debates to be an insult to the voters of Georgia. This race is important. Georgia voters need to hear more from all three candidates on the ballot, not less.”

Mr. Buckley is an attorney/CPA who practices in Atlanta. He previously was the Libertarian Party’s candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2004 and 2008. In 2008, Mr. Buckley garnered 128,002 votes in the General Election, forcing a run-off between Saxby Chambliss and Jim Martin. Mr. Buckley can be reached for comment at (404) 610-1936. Campaign manager Travis Klavohn can be reached at (404) 585-8556. Mr. Buckley’s campaign website iswww.buckleyforsenate.com.

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ISAKSON/BARKSDALE FAIL TO RESPOND TO DEBATE OFFER OF ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY LIBRARY

Atlanta, July 26, 2016 — A debate request for the latter half of August by the Athens-Clarke County Library’s has not been responded to by Johnny Isakson or Democratic challenger Jim Barksdale. In contrast, Allen Buckley, the Libertarian Party of Georgia’s U.S. Senate candidate, immediately agreed to participate.

The Athens-Clarke County Library has put together a potential U.S. Senate debate, to take place during the second half of August. Debate inquiries were sent to the campaigns of Senator Isakson and challengers Jim Barksdale and Allen Buckley on or about July 12th. Only Buckley has responded to the inquiry. Buckley had previously expressed an interest in holding six one-hour debates, to take place weekly beginning in mid-September. Two challenge requests along those lines were not responded to by either Isakson or Barksdale.

Buckley said: “It is sad that Senator Isakson and Mr. Barksdale will not respond to the debate offer set forth by the Athens-Clarke County Library. Democracy demands debate. Our country has tremendous problems, and the people of Georgia need to know how the candidates stand on the issues. I remain willing to debate. I personally reached out to both campaigns about the proposed debates. No responses were received.”

Mr. Buckley is an attorney/CPA who has written and been published extensively with respect to tax, employee benefits and entitlements issues. He previously was the Libertarian Party’s candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2004 and 2008. In 2008, Mr. Buckley garnered 128,002 votes in the General Election, forcing a run-off between Saxby Chambliss and Jim Martin. Mr. Buckley can be reached for comment at (404) 610-1936. Campaign manager Travis Klavohn can be reached at (404) 585-8556. Mr. Buckley’s campaign website is:www.buckleyforsenate.com.

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Libertarian Allen Buckley Qualifies for U.S.Senate Race

Allen Buckley(third from right)  at the Secretary of State's Office for Qualifying for U.S. Senate

Allen Buckley at the Secretary of State’s Office for Qualifying for U.S. Senate

ALLEN BUCKLEY QUALIFIES FOR GEORGIA U.S. SENATE RACE; ISAKSON AND BARKSDALE AGAIN FAIL TO RESPOND TO BUCKLEY’S DEBATES CHALLENGE

Atlanta, June 27, 2016 —Allen Buckley, the Libertarian Party of Georgia’s U.S. Senate candidate, has qualified for the November election. He did so today by filing necessary paperwork with the Georgia Secretary of State’s office and paying a required $5,220 fee.

On June 22nd, Buckley sent a second debates challenge to Senator Johnny Isakson and Democrat Jim Barksdale, challenging them to a series of six (6) weekly one hour televised debates, beginning mid-September. Mr. Buckley requested that both men respond to his debates challenge by noon on June 27th. No responses were received.

Buckley said: “Our country faces tremendous financial challenges. As an attorney and a CPA, I understand the system and propose changes that will work. In contrast, Senator Isakson has done nothing but make matters worse. He voted for approximately $7 trillion of our nation’s $19 trillion of debt, as well as the Omnibus Spending Bill of 2015. According to the CBO, it will produce another $1.5 trillion of debt over the years to come. As a Democrat, Mr. Barksdale will do nothing but increase entitlements and debt.”

Buckley also said: “I can understand why Johnny Isakson does not want to debate. The Conservative Review gives him a 34(F). The Heritage Foundation scores his voting record a 53(F). If I had that sort of voting record, I would not want to debate anyone. Mr. Barksdale’s refusal is hard to understand. Perhaps he feels there’s little to distinguish him from Johnny.”

Mr. Buckley is an attorney/CPA. He previously was the Libertarian Party’s candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2004 and 2008. In 2008, Mr. Buckley garnered 128,002 votes in the General Election, forcing a run-off between Saxby Chambliss and Jim Martin.

Mr. Buckley can be reached for comment at (404) 610-1936. Campaign manager Travis Klavohn can be reached at (404) 585-8556. Mr. Buckley’s campaign website iswww.buckleyforsenate.com.

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