Libertarian Party: get out, stay out of Iraq and Syria

The Libertarian Party urges lawmakers to stop bombing in Iraq and to disengage operations in both Iraq and Syria. Read more here >>>

“The U.S. government has been intervening in the Middle East for more than half a century under the pretext of achieving peace,” said Nicholas Sarwark, chair of the Libertarian National Committee. “But things just keep getting worse. We must stop stoking conflicts that tear countries apart, stop dropping bombs, and stay out of the region.”

Georgia Libertarians Launch Ad Campaign – Andrew Hunt for Governor

Libertarian Party of Georgia is happy to announce the release of a 30 second TV ad for gubernatorial candidate Andrew Hunt. Produced by libertarian activist James Bell at Van Gogh, Inc. video production studio in Smyrna GA. Below is a statement release by chairman Doug Craig :

Labor Day is viewed as the official start of the political campaign season leading up to the November general election. To kick off the season, the Libertarian Party of Georgia has produced a television ad designed to introduce its gubernatorial candidate Andrew Hunt and remind voters there is an alternative to the other two political parties.

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Ad for Andrew Hunt Libertarian Party of Georgia

Doug Craig, Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Georgia, said the message is simple: Voters are losing interest in the two parties that have brought us high unemployment, under performing schools and over-regulation that hurts business.

“We’re excited to take our message of fiscal responsibility and personal freedom to the voters,” said Craig. “The recent 19 percent voter turnout in the state primary indicates voters have lost interest in the stale two party system and they refuse to give away their votes. There is no need for voters to feel disenfranchised. The Libertarian Party wants their vote.”

The Libertarian Party will use the ad for fundraising and place the ad in select markets. Social media will also be used and will play a critical role in voter outreach.

Libertarian Party reaches out to fiscal conservative & social liberals

raise_hands_volunteer_copyGeorgia libertarians open party doors to diverse groups. From smaller government – less spending – cut waste tea party types to personal freedom – civil libertarians advocates, the Libertarian Party is a true political “Big Tent”. Here is a report from the AJC.

The Libertarian Party is defined by its socially liberal, fiscally conservative platform. They, like most tea partyers, favor lower taxes and less government spending. But they also support marriage equality and marijuana legalization.

Georgia Libertarian candidate heads to court over ballot access case

candidates-jeffamasonLibertarian candidate Jeff Amason For Liberty campaign released this statement concerning their law suit over ballot access and the certification of petition signatures.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Atlanta, GA — August 21, 2014
The Fulton County Superior Court will hear the Jeff Amason and Amason for Liberty, Inc. ballot access case on Monday, August 25th at 10:00 AM. The Amason campaign has requested that the Court compel the Elections Office to place Jeff Amason’s name on the November ballot as the Libertarian candidate for the Georgia House of Representatives from District 21. [Read more...]

Who is Andrew Hunt?

andrew_hunt_2We know about Carter and Deal, but who is Andrew Hunt? By Raoul Duke III

The 2014 Georgia gubernatorial election will take place on November 4, 2014. Though there has been much talk and coverage about the Republican candidate Nathan Deal and the Democratic candidate Jason Carter, there has been little reference to the Libertarian candidate Andrew Hunt. Who is Hunt and what does he stand for? Read more at Peachtree NORML

“I am an engineer and innovator who wants to solve problems in the most cost effective ways,” Hunt said. “I work my faith in God to carry out Christ’s teachings of love and not judging people. I firmly believe we need to give people a hand up and reduce handouts. Effectively enabling people to be capable and independent produces less need for social support. I, also, believe we do not need law makers, but instead need law erasers that will restore our freedoms and rights. Government should not determine the ‘right way’ to live life nor restrict personal choices.” Andrew Hunt