Updates on Florida LP’s Candidates Adrian Wyllie and Bill Wohlsifer


Bill Wohlsifer

Bill Wohlsifer, the Libertarian Party of Florida’s candidate for attorney general of that state, posted this to IPR’s Facebook page:

PLEASE TRY TO SHARE THIS IN MANY MAINSTREAM PLACES WHERE THE LIBERTARIAN MESSAGE IS NOT USUALLY HEARD. I WANT TO LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD. THEY HAVE $5M COMPARED TO MY $20K, BUT THE PLAYING FIELD IS LEVELED AT THE DEBATE PODIUM. THIS IS ONE WAY TO OVERCOME THE POWER OF MONEY IN POLITICS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP. THE HELP OF WE THE PEOPLE.

Madame Attorney General and Mr. Sheldon, I, Bill Wohlsifer, Libertarian Candidate for Attorney General, respectfully call upon you to participate in a debate among the three of us, i.e., all attorney general candidates that will be on the ballot in November 2014. The Republican’s challenge in Broward Palm Beach to debate the Democrat without any mention of me, the Libertarian candidate, defies the notion of open and robust debate that our country was built upon.

We have each been invited to debate on campus at FAU in Boca Raton on October 8, 2014, by FAU’s Political Science Department. The event was announced months ago, yet I am the only one who accepted the challenge. Please stand up and accept the invitation and join the debate with me on campus. Fill the two empty seats. I look forward to seeing you there. Bill Wohlsifer for Florida Attorney General

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Adrian Wyllie
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Also, Adrian Wyllie, the Libertarian Party’s candidate for governor, is planning a ribbon-cutting celebration on Saturday, September 6:

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8 thoughts on “Updates on Florida LP’s Candidates Adrian Wyllie and Bill Wohlsifer

  1. OrlandoChris

    Vote for Bill Wohlsifer for Florida Attorney General. As for Florida Governor: Why vote between 2 known liars? Florida, we are fortunate enough not to
    be stuck picking one liar or the other this time. We actually have an
    alternative. Take advantage of the opportunity. Adrian Wyllie deserves
    my vote. He is a honest average Floridian just as you and I , that is
    willing to stand up and do something for the interest of all of us here
    in Florida. The other candidates both Republican and Democrat are owned
    and controlled by special interest, like puppets and will lie to your
    face to gain your vote, then continue the same old agenda that we
    complain about year after year. Time to get off this merry-go-round,
    election after election, thinking it will be any different. Take a
    stand, vote for the candidate that loves this state and is willing to
    take time out of his life, effort and money to SERVE the people of
    Florida and stop voting for these ‘paid for’ career politicians that are
    only out for money and fame and have zero interest in us Floridians.
    Even if it’s just for honesty alone, vote for Adrian Wyllie instead of
    the other two (Scott/Crist) which are proven liars. The choice is yours
    and yours alone, if you want the same old corruption and slap in the
    face, go ahead and vote for one of the two puppets (Scott/Crist) OR do
    what is right for our (yours and your children’s) future and vote for
    Adrian Wyllie. Support him by donating to his campaign, spreading the
    word and contribute to the super brochure program which I think is very
    powerful. Visit his website today

  2. George Whitfield

    I will be voting for Adrian Wyllie and Bill Wohlsifer in November. I am glad the Libertarian Party is active in these campaigns.

  3. Starchild

    Good statement from Bill Wohlsifer. Keep the pressure on them to debate, and call them out as un-democratic and not fit to serve in office if they refuse to go before the people and debate all the opponents listed alongside them on the ballot!

    “Ribbon Cutting Ceremony” doesn’t say “libertarian” the way “Red Tape Cutting Ceremony” would, but good to see the Adrian Wylie campaign focusing on volunteers. One volunteer task could be painting a big, pro-freedom slogan on that expanse of roof on the new campaign headquarters! The placard out front needs a Wylie for Governor sign where that Roe sign is too…

  4. paulie

    They are probably renting the HQ, so I’m not sure whether painting slogans on the roof would be an option, but if it is, I like the idea.

    Pretty impressive for a LP state level campaign to even have a HQ office at all. Pretty sure almost all of them are run out of people’s houses, apartments, motel rooms, vehicles, restaurant or other meeting rooms or wherever candidates and campaign volunteers happen to be. A few are run out of the state party’s office in the few states that even have one.

  5. Mike Kane

    I doubt that painting anything on the rooftop of that office is going to happen. It’s actually Lt. Governor candidate Greg Roe’s insurance office (for his company).

  6. Starchild

    Ah — thanks for that clarification, Mike.

    I guess my next question then, since it’s an LP member-owned office, is whether it could be used on a weekend for a Libertarian National Committee meeting.

    The LNC has a bad habit of paying hundreds of dollars for meeting rooms instead of tapping our membership for free spaces (or meeting in the new office suite we just bought).

  7. paulie

    I guess my next question then, since it’s an LP member-owned office, is whether it could be used on a weekend for a Libertarian National Committee meeting.

    Good question. Does it have an adequate meeting room?

    meeting in the new office suite we just bought

    The downstairs meeting room would not have much room for a gallery if the LNC met there. DC area meetings tend to be fairly well attended by observers. Also, there’s no elevator, so it would be very inconvenient for people in wheelchairs. I’m not in a wheelchair yet, but recent health problems have exacerbated my problems with stairs, so I’m somewhat mindful of that.

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