2016 Georgia Libertarian Presidential Candidate Forum

Below is part of the video taken at the 2016 Georgia Libertarian Convention’s Presidential Candidate Forum held Saturday, March 5th, in Marietta, Ga.  Watch the candidates or their representatives answer questions presented by members of the audience.

 

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Pictures from the 2016 Georgia Libertarian Convention

 

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Libertarian Chairman Brett Larson and Vice Chair Akeem Robinson prepare for the convention’s start.

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Vice Chairman Akeem Robinson

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2016 Libertarian Party of Georgia Convention

It was an exciting day of events at the Georgia Libertarian Convention. Below was schedule. Be sure to watch our videos of the Presidential Debate.

Thank you to all who came and participated.

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2016 Speakers for our 2016 Convention

Fellow Georgia Libertarians,

March 5th is fast approaching and today I’m excited to announce three new speakers for our convention.

John McAfee, an entrepreneur, computer programmer and developer of the first commercial anti-virus program.

Austin Petersen, a political commentator, activist and former producer for Judge Andrew Napolitano’s show “Freedom Watch.” Austin, is also the owner and founder of thelibertarianrepublic.com.

Steve Kerbel, a businessman for the past 30 years and a published author of the non-fiction handbook-style guide,”Take ‘Everyman’ Down – A 12 Step Program to Servitude of the American Populace and Destruction of the American Dream.”

All three are presidential candidates seeking the Libertarian nomination. With only 9 days left to take advantage of early bird pricing, make sure to click here to register for the 2016 Libertarian Party of Georgia Convention today!

Thank you to everyone on the Executive Committee and a special thanks to Javid Ona, our Convention Committee Chair, for making this year’s convention so exciting.

Live Free,

Akeem Robinson
Vice Chairman, Libertarian Party of Georgia

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FLASHBACK: Libertarian Objectives in 1980- Has Anything Changed?

Libertarian Objectives 1980

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