It’s NOT About the Money-Candidate Chris Coughlin Redefines How to Campaign in Johns Creek Council Race

Getting elected to any position is not an easy task.  It’s even harder in Georgia for someone to get elected due to ballot restrictions.  That makes open races more inviting for Libertarian candidates.

hundred_stacks_hyphyGetting your message out can also be a major challenge.  Raising enough money to send out mailers, post signs around town, and buying advertising can cost a fortune.  Add a campaign manager, and the total amount of money spent can rise to $50,000 and beyond rather quickly! The cost of local elections have been rising faster and faster.  Ironically, much of the money that candidates get seem to be coming from outside the communities where the election is being held.


But there is a better way to do this. Meet Chris Coughlin:

Support Chris Coughlin in his bid to lower taxes and cut spending in Johns Creek. Coughlin-one of our own.

Support Chris Coughlin in his bid to lower taxes and cut spending in Johns Creek. Coughlin-one of our own.

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Our Newest LP101 In North Fulton

“Are libertarians just librarians that take liberties? Why is a Libertarian Party even necessary? Aren’t you guys just Republicans?”

On May 12th, we hosted our first LP101 seminar to a packed room, even after moving to a larger space.  The success cost several potential attendees to miss out on the hour-long seminar designed to introduce the beliefs and ideals of the Libertarian Party, as well as to discuss how we stand apart from the old, tired other parties to new, prospective, and even longtime members to the Libertarian Party of Georgia.  We worked to schedule another one as close as possible, both geographically and on the calendar.

If you haven’t seen it yet, this part of our website is a portal to information about our principles, stances on issues, links to Libertarian sites, how to get involved, and information on our one hour seminar, LP 101! [Read more…]

Join Us For “An Evening With Judge Gray and Friends”

Join Vice Presidential candidate Judge Jim GrayPublic Service Commission candidate David Staples, and our newest elected Libertarian in Georgia, Brett Bittner for an evening of fun, food, and stimulating discussion as we support our candidates for the November election.

This event requires registration.  Please do so here.

Silver Level attendees will receive an autographed copy of Judge Gray’s book, “Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do About It” and a Lady Liberty lapel pin.

Gold Level attendees will take part in a “Judge’s Chambers” intimate discussion with Judge Gray and the other speakers before the 7:30 event start, as well as receive the Silver Level offers.

Many thanks to our hosts, Kevin and Rhonda Martini, for offering their home for such a great event.