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