Free & Equal Announces Summer Festival in Little Rock, Arkansas

All Elections Shall Be Free & Equal


Attention All Free & Equal Supporters!


Please UNITE together March 21 thru 25 by each
donating $5, $10, $25, $100 or more.

Free & Equal is determined to accomplish many things before the next election cycle… Starting with putting the Commission on Presidential Debates OUT OF BUSINESS! 


Free & Equal Elections Foundation must raise $15,000 by March 25th, 2013 to secure the Verizon Arena venue in Little Rock, Arkansas for the United We Stand Festival scheduled for June 22, 2013.

Thousands have now joined our cause. With a successful UWS Festival, the call for meaningful electoral reform is within reach.

We will foster and spread the demand for reform throughout the USA by utilizing music & social media. Free & Equal believes that change for the good can also be good fun!

Our plan is to educate, excite, and offer millions of Americans a fresh chance to experience and participate in Presidential and other debates like never before via Fair, Free, and Open Elections. 

“Clean up the electoral process, and there will be a bright future for all.” -Christina Tobin Founder & Chair of Free & Equal

This event will kick-start our movement of giving voters more voices and more choices and just like the Presidential Debates in 2012 we’ll broadcast the event globally.

Please hit the DONATE button now to help us book the Verizon Arena! 

Thank you for your support!

The Free & Equal Team
P.S. If you donate $25 or more, we’ll send you a Commemorative DVD of the 2012 Free & Equal Elections Presidential Debates personally autographed by Christina Tobin.


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10 thoughts on “Free & Equal Announces Summer Festival in Little Rock, Arkansas

  1. Krzysztof Lesiak Post author

    I’m curious as to why they chose Arkansas. I know the Free and Equal helped sponsor an End the Fed rally in Little Rock last year that featured Christina Tobin and Adam Kokesh. Is it perhaps they are trying to help and bring publicity to the LPAR with its ballot access efforts by doing this?

  2. paulie

    Partly, but it’s more about the Paxtons and their connection with Christina. Jessica Paxton, wife of the current chair and candidate for chair for the coming year, is on Free and Equal’s board.

  3. Dave Terry

    KL (3)”I’m curious as to why they chose Arkansas.”

    This may very well be question of the year!

    “Free and Equal?” – Arkansas?????

    Arkansas Passes The Nation’s Most Extreme Abortion Ban – – barring abortion at 12 weeks.

    Despite the Governor’s veto, both chambers of the legislature voted to override, making it illegal to have an abortion after 12 weeks – still in the first trimester and only shortly after most women will have learned they are pregnant. This ban is two months earlier than any other state in the country. And it comes soon after the legislature banned abortion after 20 weeks.


    What person, who believes what Free & Equal stands for could discuss ANYTHING ELSE?

  4. Krzysztof Lesiak Post author


    I am pro-life and I applaud the AR legislature for doing that. The right to life is the most basic and important right of all. It’s one issue so many libertarians (like Gov. Johnson) are tragically on the wrong side of. I hope Libertarians for Life can wield some stronger influence in the LP to eventually institute a pro-life plank in the platform. However, I know that that is probably impossible.

  5. Dave Terry

    Absolute Fundamentalist Hogwash!

    LIFE ITSELF, much less the alledged RIGHT to it is absolutely meaningless and pointless without the freedom of choice. The RIGHT to say YEAH or NAY trumps every breath a conscious but other
    wise vegetative individual breathes.

    Were I to be cast in the role of one of these MOST unfortunate individuals, I would pray from the moment I awoke to the moment I slept for just enough time and strength to put my hands about the throat the the individual who made this choice for me and choke the life from their body.

  6. paulie

    Free and Equal’s event has nothing to do with abortion. It’s in Arkansas because that’s where the organizer lives.

  7. Andy

    Krzysztof Lesiak said: “It’s one issue so many libertarians (like Gov. Johnson) are tragically on the wrong side of. ”

    Gary Johnson, as Governor of New Mexico, signed a bill that BANNED late term abortions, and he also favored parental notification if a minor wanted to get an abortion. Gary Johnson, like Ron Paul, said that the issue of abortion should be decided on at the state level.

  8. Waylon T. Freebird

    Yeah, and they are both wrong. It’s an individual issue, not a state issue. Government should not intervene whether it’s state or federal.

    But what does that have to do with this topic, anyway?

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