Announcement from Alicia I. Dearn’s Campaign:
April 24, 2016
ST. LOUIS, MO Attorney Alicia I. Dearn officially announces her run for Vice President on the
Libertarian ticket. Dearn is a tough executive and trial lawyer who has demonstrated throughout her career that she is dedicated to liberty and justice.
Dearn is the owner and CEO of Bellatrix PC, a business-facing law firm. Dearn also served as General Counsel to Governor Gary Johnson’s Libertarian campaigns for U.S. Presidency in 2012 and 2016. Notably, she successfully defended multiple legal challenges to Governor Johnson’s placement on ballots in 2012. Dearn has faced and defeated some of the nation’s top ranked election law attorneys in multiple eleventh hour state electoral proceedings simultaneously.
Alicia Dearn is exactly what is needed in Washington today. She has continued to challenge the status quo and has been an outspoken advocate for personal liberty and freedom. As an entrepreneur and employer, Ms. Dearn understands that government doesn’t create jobs, small businesses do. “Liberty is the best job creator. Liberty is better than Government. Liberty is better than politicians,” states Dearn. “Because liberty is opportunity. Liberty is possibility.”
About Alicia I. Dearn
Alicia I. Dearn, Esq. is the founder of Bellatrix PC, a woman-owned law firm with offices in Saint Louis, Missouri and San Diego, California. Bellatrix PC handles lawsuits and business transactions in the areas of business, employment, real estate, civil litigation and election law. With a lengthy resume in both federal and state courts, Ms. Dearn’s litigation practice includes trials, appeals, and class actions. Ms. Dearn has obtained both seven figure judgments and full defense verdicts for her clients. Ms. Dearn is recognized as a Most Admired CEO, Women Who Mean Business, SuperLawyer, and Best of the Bar. She regularly publishes and speaks on topics of law, politics and business. Ms. Dearn is currently serving a two-year term as President of the Saint Louis Chapter of the National Association of Professional Women. For more information on Alicia Dearn and her bid for Vice President, please visit http://dearn2016.com.
For more information, please contact Elizabeth Gentner at (513) 202-3535 or Press@Dearn2016.com .
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