Libertarian Wyllie Officially Invited to Florida’s Biggest Gubernatorial Debate

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Written by Brian Cole
Tampa Bay Libertarian Examiner

Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Adrian Wyllie scored a major victory on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 29, as he secured an official invitation to the state of Florida’s biggest gubernatorial debate. The event, hosted by Leadership Florida and the Florida Press Association, and broadcast by WPBF 25 in West Palm Beach, Fla., will be televised throughout Florida on a network of 11 “major commercial broadcast organizations”. This gubernatorial debate will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 15, at Broward College located in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Wyllie and his campaign’s reaction to receiving the debate invitation

Wyllie voiced his appreciation, not only for the invitation to the debate, but also to his team of supporters and volunteers, all of whom worked tirelessly to help ensure he received the invitation he was both ethically and legally entitled to, despite the actions of the establishment personnel in both the Democratic and Republican Parties.

The Wyllie Campaign team worked hard to ensure the political and financial pressure used to keep Libertarian Robert Sarvis out of Virginia’s biggest gubernatorial debate in October 2013 would not be repeated here in the Sunshine State.

4 thoughts on “Libertarian Wyllie Officially Invited to Florida’s Biggest Gubernatorial Debate

  1. George Whitfield

    That is great news. I will be supportin Adrian and voting for him in November.

  2. Joe Wendt

    Considering John Wayne Smith will be the nominee, this is irrelevant

  3. Mark Axinn

    This is very important news.

    We garnered terrific publicity and financial support in 2010 for Warren’s campaign after his superb showing at the televised debate at Hofstra with all the New York candidates for Governor.

    I wish Adrian all the best for a similar performance in Florida in 2014.

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