Press release emailed to IPR:
NEWS From BRIDGES For COLUMBUS CITY COUNCIL
Robert F. Bridges
* * * * * MEDIA ADVISORY * * * * *
Bridges to attend Community Relations Day at Mt. Vernon AME Church
Columbus City Council candidate Robert Bridges has accepted an invitation to attend the Mt. Vernon Avenue African Methodist Episcopal Church’s annual Community Relations Day on Sunday, March 20 at 10:45 am. The church is inviting a wide spectrum of community leaders to join them for worship and fellowship.
According to the invitation, “There is one common thread that weaves and binds us together in our commitment and laboring and serving to make the community a better place to live.”
“Through this campaign, I am reaching out to every segment of the Columbus community,” Bridges said. “The African-American community and Libertarianism have been ships that pass in the night for too long. We need to hear from them and let them hear from us.”
Bridges will make himself available to members of the news media following the service for questions and comments.
Bridges is one of two Libertarian Party candidates contesting at-large seats on the Columbus City Council in this May’s primary. The other Libertarian candidate is Mark Noble, the party’s former candidate for Lieutenant Governor in 2006.
The LP is America’s third-largest political party, founded in 1971. The Libertarian Party stands for free markets, civil liberties, and peace. Read more about Robert’s campaign at