Same-Sex Marriage… it’s a liberty thing

=Georgia’s ban on same-sex marriages should be repealed according to the Libertarian Party of Georgia.

 
On Monday July 21, 2014 Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens filed a brief (motion to dismiss) in defense of Georgia’s ban on same-sex marriages. The ban was enacted by a public vote in 2004 that amended the state’s constitution. The class action lawsuit was filed in April by Lambda Legal attorneys Beth Littrell and Tara Borelli on behalf of a group of plaintiffs claiming their rights have been violated

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Georgia AG Defends Same-Sex Marriage Ban

Sam OlensOn Monday July 21, 2014 Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens filed a brief (motion to dismiss) in defense of Georgia’s ban on same-sex marriages. The ban was enacted by a public vote in 2004 that amended the state’s constitution. The class action lawsuit was filed in April by Lambda Legal attorneys Beth Littrell and Tara Borelli on behalf of a group of plaintiffs claiming their rights have been violated.
“Libertarians stand with the plaintiffs in this case and support the repeal of the ban on same-sex marriages”, said Doug Craig – Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Georgia.

Read more about it here >>> The Georgia Voice

Jump aboard the Liberty Train

Opinion by Brock Gallops – Libertarian Activist,  Libertarian Party of the Chattahoochee Valley Vice Chairman

trainFor too long, Georgia citizens have been victim to Big Government. Commonly, Big Government is associated with Democrats but you should not be fooled! Big Government exists in both Republicans and Democrats. The greatest reason for Georgia citizens falling victim to Big Government is Georgia citizens themselves as the culprit.

 
We recently had one of the lowest voter turnouts in history for the May 20th elections. Almost all incumbents were kept in place at least until the General Election on November 4th. We have several career politicians in Georgia with over 30 years of writing senseless laws, telling us what is best, and implementing Big Government into our state. How is it that polls show that more than 50% of people are dissatisfied with politics, and we barely made any changes to our legislators? How do we have so many career politicians writing these senseless laws and helping the Federal Government to continue their overreach into our state? The problem is our voting habits which is in part a design by Big Government champions. [Read more...]

Andrew Hunt on the campaign trail

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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 

Learn more about Andrew Hunt GO HERE>>> www.andrewhunt.us

State House Candidate Jeff Amason Submits Ballot Signatures

The Libertarian Party of Georgia would like to congratulate Jeff Amason and his team for their efforts to get on the November ballot in spite of the signature requirement. We are honored to have such dedicated people involved with the party. Thank you voters for your support.

amasonLibertarian candidate Jeff Amason will submit his ballot access nomination petitions to the Secretary of State’s office in Atlanta on July 8th. The Amason campaign has collected over 2700 signatures, exceeding the minimum required by more than 1000 signatures.

“With the overwhelming response to the campaign, it is clear that the voters in House District 21 are ready for a choice of candidates on the November ballot in Cherokee County.  We would like to thank everyone who signed the petition and gave the voters in November a choice of candidates” Jeff stated to his supporters as the last petitions were collected on Monday.

The petitions must be certified by the Secretary of State’s office before Jeff Amason is officially on the November ballot.