Art Olivier, former Libertarian Mayor, Runs For California Assembly…As A Democrat

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Popular former Bellflower Mayor Art Olivier  has thrown a wrench into the Democratic June Primary by declaring his candidacy.

Olivier is a former councilman and ex-Libertarian candidate for Vice President in 2000 election. If voters are tired of “politics as usual” in Sacramento, then Olivier could be in the right place and right campaign.

Olivier will be facing South Gate City Clerk Carmen Avalos, Ricardo Lara, and Downey City Councilman Luis Marquez for the Democratic Nomination in the upcoming June 8th Primary election.

The district Olivier is running in, the 50th, is solidly Democratic and is located in southeast Los Angeles County.

13 thoughts on “Art Olivier, former Libertarian Mayor, Runs For California Assembly…As A Democrat

  1. Trent Hill Post author

    This wouldnt be the first time a libertarian (small l) had been elected to a state assembly as a Democrat. Joel Winters took a similar route in New Hampshire.

  2. Gene Berkman

    Trent – in 1992 Andrew Borsa was elected to the New Hampshire legislature with Libertarian & Democrat nominations, joining 3 other Libertarians who had been elected with Libertarian & Republican nominations.

  3. Andy

    “Trent Hill // May 26, 2010 at 2:10 pm

    This wouldnt be the first time a libertarian (small l) had been elected to a state assembly as a Democrat. Joel Winters took a similar route in New Hampshire.”

    Unfortunately I heard that Joel Winters did not end up being that libertarian once he got in office as he voted to increase the minimum wage in New Hampshire. I suppose that he still could have been better than the typical Democrat though.

  4. Trent Hill Post author

    How silly. Who cares what letter is beside his name if he’s decent?

  5. Gene Berkman

    In 1973 and 1974 Woody Jenkins talked like a libertarian, and he spoke at several Libertarian National Conventions and some state conventions (outside Louisiana).

    He has since figured out that the Republicans and the Christian conservatives had more money and more clout, so he moved away from any association with libertarians.

    He made this clear when he introduced an anti-abortion bill in the legislature – which passed – and which provided up to 10 years at hard labor for doctors who perform abortions.

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