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Arthur DiBianca: ‘I just voted for 18 Libertarian candidates!’

Arthur DiBianca sent the message below to Travis County, Texas Libertarians on October 23:

I just got back from voting for 18 Libertarian candidates!

This is one of the most fun things I get to do every two years — go down to my Travis County, Texas polling place and vote for tons of Libertarian candidates.

Go vote — do it now! Wherever you live in Travis County, you’ll be able to vote for at least 14 or 15 Libertarians. You can find polling places here (you can vote anywhere):

http://bit.ly/QVrYb5

Travis County has more Libertarians on the ballot than any other county in America. Isn’t that awesome? Take advantage of it!

It’s so important to drive up those Libertarian vote counts. It helps our party organization, and it makes the rest of the political world take notice. It is DEFINITELY worth your time.

Here are all the Libertarians I just had the pleasure of voting for:

President – Gary Johnson
Vice President – Jim Gray
U.S. Senator – John Jay Myers
Railroad Commissioner – Vivekananda (Vik) Wall
Railroad Commissioner (unexpired) – Jaime O. Perez
Supreme Court, Place 2 – RS Roberto Koelsch
Supreme Court, Place 4 – Tom Oxford
Supreme Court, Place 6 – Mark Ash
Court of Criminal Appeals, Presiding Judge – Lance Stott
Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7 – Mark W. Bennett
Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8 – William Bryan Strange, III
U.S. Representative, District 21 – John-Henry Liberty
State Board of Education, District 5 – Mark Loewe
State Senator, District 14 – Ryan M. Dixon
State Representative, District 51 – Arthur DiBianca!!!
Travis County Sheriff – Jaclyn L. Finkel
Travis County Tax Assessor-Collector – Mike Burris
Travis County Constable, Precinct 4 – David Hull-Radowski

Go vote ASAP, and FORWARD THIS MESSAGE to other Libertarian-friendly voters. Let’s rack up some votes!

-Art

Arthur DiBianca is a candidate for State Representative, a former LPHQ staff member, and now works for the Libertarian Booster PAC and Libertarian Action Super PAC.

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2 Comments

  1. Oranje Mike Oranje Mike October 27, 2012

    You lucky duck. I only had the option of voting for 4 Libertarians. I still had fun voting against socialist ballot measures and voting not to retain any of the local judges. For the first time in a general election I voted for a Democrat (the best option to unseat Arpaio in Maricopa County, AZ)

  2. Joe Buchman Joe Buchman October 27, 2012

    I’m seriously considering moving my family to the most Libertarian county in the USA. Travis looks great with the number of candidates, Chattanooga looks great with the newspaper endorsement, Indiana looks great with a Libertarian for Governor there polling high, same with a Senate race in Montana, then there’s New Hampshire and the Free State Project, or Wyoming . . . I wonder what the vote totals for Johnson/Gray will show on a county by county basis.

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