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Subject: Campaign for Liberty & SOE’s
From: Dana Moxley-Cummings Date: Sat, October 12, 2013 4:34 pm
I have always been heavily in favor of members of the LPF getting involved with other organizations in the community to advance our mission, and to make contacts with potential, future LPF members.
Until earlier this year, Campaign for Liberty (C4L), was believed by me to be a non-partisan, organization whose mission was similarly aligned with that of ours. To promote and defend the great American principles of individual liberty, constitutional government, sound money, free markets, and a noninterventionist foreign policy, by means of education, issue advocacy, and grassroots mobilization. C4L is also designated as a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization, which legally restricts them from showing favor to one political party over another.
There have been quite a few instances in which C4L has shown an overwhelming favoritism to the GOP, the GOP agenda and GOP candidates. Most recently, at an event in Orange County, after allowing speakers representing the Republican Party time to address the crowd, and informing the crowd of the dates of REC and DEC meetings, organizer Scott Oliver blatantly refused equal speaking time to our Vice Chair, Alex Snitker who was requesting such.
LPF Treasurer, Danielle Alexandre was also in attendance and together, Alex and Danielle even reminded Mr. Oliver of his obligation to let a representative of the LPF speak, which only triggered an escalating aggressive response from Mr. Oliver, who continued to deny them such time. The Libertarian Party of Florida faces an enormous amount of resistance with mainstream media propping up and supporting the political duopoly. We stand up for ourselves when bullied by the media, we stand up for ourselves when bullied by the Division of Elections, and we must stand up for ourselves when bullied by these organizations.
The attached letter I plan to print and snail mail (self-funded) to the listed recipients. It currently states that the letter is a “notice from the Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida”, and explains that C4L has been acting in violation of the law, and simply requests that they start following it. If the majority of this Committee is without objection, I would like to send the letter on behalf of the LPF Executive Committee as a whole, which would make a much bolder statement. I will still self-fund the mailing regardless. Please let me know if there is an objection, as I plan to send this out on Monday.
Regarding the 68 letters we will be sending to each county SOE and the DOE; I have been researching voter fraud laws and election laws in preparation for the letter. I also have spoken to a few SOEs this week to get an idea of what exactly seems to be the problem. Unfortunately, the problems are all allegedly caused by different “mistakes”. Which has made drafting a uniform letter a bit more difficult. I should have a draft of this letter available for review next week. Please keep me informed of any new information arising from this issue.
Hope you all have a great weekend!
Dana Moxley Cummings, chairman
Libertarian Party of Florida
1334 Tampa Road, Suite 2
Palm Harbor, Florida 34683
The full letter below: