Scotty Boman has run for office numerous times since 1994 when he ran for state legislature. That same year he headed the petition drive to qualify The Libertarian Party for the Michigan ballot. In 2006 he served as Chair of the Michigan Libertarian Party, and ran for Lt Governor at the same time.
In 2008 Scotty Boman was the Libertarian nominee for Senate, challenging long-time Sen. Carl Levin. Boman came in third with more than 76,000 votes cast for him. In that election Scotty Boman received support from Libertarians and from many who were active in the Ron Paul for President campaign.
Scotty Boman has been active in the Ron Paul campaign in 2008 and again this year, helping to run meet-up groups and publicly speaking for Ron Paul.
This year as in 2008 Scotty Boman is campaiging in opposition to taxpayer funded bail-outs of banks and other businesses, and he is calling for an end to the War on Drugs and to America’s military intervention in Afghanistan.
In 2008 Scotty Boman endorsed the Campaign for Liberty program calling for a non-interventionist foreign policy, the restoration of privacy rights, paying off the national debt, and an end to the Federal Reserve System. He has been active in Michigan’s Campaign for Liberty since 2008.
For more information on Scotty Boman for Senate go to http://www.boman12.org/