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Andrew Hunt meets with public at July 4th event

Georgia Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Andrew Hunt talks issues at civic meetings this week.

Meet Andrew Hunt, Libertarian Party candidate for Georgia Governor at our next meeting, this Tuesday (July 15), 7 pm. Location: Anthony’s Pizza & Pasta, 3155 East Ponce de Leon Ave., Scottdale, Ga.

Thursday (July 17) at 7pm, Hunt for Governor, will be presenting at the Gainesville Civic Center. It is an open Tea Party meeting so please join in with social time starts at 6:30. Lanier Tea Party Patriots 

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1402512026-andrew_hunt_2 Georgia Libertarian Party gubernatorial candidate Andrew Hunt meets with media at state capitol 

“In this year’s gubernatorial election, Atlanta nanotech entrepreneur Andrew Hunt is aiming to attract more than the usual nano-vote for the Libertarian Party (see what we did there?).

“I’m not in here just to get five percent,” Hunt said during a sit-down today at the Capitol. At least half the voters are dissatisfied with both parties, as proven by polls and low turnout, he said. And thus, the opportunity for a third party candidate.

Hunt calls himself a “moderate” Libertarian and said he thinks his message of fiscal conservativeness, smaller government, and social liberalism will resonate with voters.

“We need more liberty … that means don’t control peoples’ lives,” he said.”

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Georgia Elections – Libertarian Party offers third choice for Governor

Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Dr. Andrew Hunt will offer Georgia voters a real choice on the November 4, 2014 ballot. A recent poll shows Hunt at 9 percent just weeks before the other two parties pick their nominees on May 20th. By law, the Libertarian Party must nominate its candidates in convention. The Georgia convention was held March 8th.

Andrew-Hunt_0Dr. Andrew Hunt received a B.S. in Geology from Auburn University, a Master’s Degree in Geology from the Colorado School of Mines, and a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He received the SAIC award for best Ph.D. paper at Georgia Tech, which was based on his doctoral thesis on Combustion Chemical Vapor Deposition.  Andrew was selected for the National Academy of Engineering’s (NAE) Frontiers of Engineering Symposium and the German-US joint meeting.  He has served on a board at the National Academies, on Georgia Tech’s External Advisory Board as Chairman for the School of Materials Science and Engineering and the College of Engineering, and as Trustee of the Alumni Association.

Andrew’s parents founded the first Montessori school in Georgia where the love of learning and independence was instilled in children. He is determined to further this vision for excellence in education. [Read more...]

Don’t Count Out Hunt

Atlanta, GA: Data from a recent poll was released Monday regarding multiple upcoming races, including the race for Governor of Georgia. In a three way race between incumbent Nathan Deal, Democrat Jason Carter, and Libertarian Andrew Hunt, Hunt is currently polling at a surprisingly high 9%.

Perhaps what’s more telling, Hunt is currently garnering a whopping 29% of the Hispanic vote, demolishing Carter’s measly 7% but trailing Deal’s surprising 38% among the same demographic.

Obviously, the Libertarian message of sound economics and personal liberty is resonating with a lot of Georgia voters, particularly those who are usually overlooked or even overtly scorned by the political establishment. It’s still a long road to November, and with 13% of voters currently undecided, Hunt is poised to make a profound impact on the race for Governor.



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Libertarian Party of Georgia Nominates 2014 Candidates

Marietta, GA – On March 8, The Libertarian Party of Georgia held their annual state convention in Marietta, nominating their slate of 2014 candidates. Gathering at the former location of Theatre in the Square, Libertarians from across the state came together for the annual meeting to decide who will represent them on the ballot and in the boardroom.

The 2014 candidate slate is led by founder and former CEO of the nanotechnology company, nGimat, Dr. Andrew Hunt, running for Governor. Andrew received his B.S. in Geology from Auburn University, a Master’s Degree in Geology from the Colorado School of Mines, and a Ph.D. in Materials Science & Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

In the race to replace Saxby Chambliss in the U.S. Senate, the Libertarian Party fielded the twice-elected Libertarian Amanda Swafford, making her the first female candidate for U.S. Senate nominated in 2014. A graduate of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Ms. Swafford formerly served on the Flowery Branch City Council, ending her term on December 31, 2011. [Read more...]