On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 10:13 AM, Brett Bittner wrote:
Please find below the proposed agenda for tonight’s call.
Here is the call-in information for those wishing to participate:
Dial-in number: (559) 546-1200
Meeting ID: 118-921-788
Meeting link: https://www.freescreensharing.com/meetings/118-921-788
Libertarian State Leadership Alliance
Executive Board Meeting (via teleconference)
November 10, 2013 – 8 PM Eastern/5 PM Pacific
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“Former Congressman Bob Barr, who represented the 7th District of Georgia in the House of Representatives from 1995 to 2003, today announced he would seek the Republican nomination for the 11th District seat currently held by Rep. Phil Gingrey.
Yesterday Congressman Gingrey declared his candidacy for the United States Senate seat for which incumbent Saxby Chambliss will not seek reelection.
The following message is forwarded at the request of LP Georgia’s Chairman on leave, Daniel Adams:
If the Libertarian Party wants to attain its biggest victory since our inception, they’ll donate today. www.votestaples.com/
In 2008, I informed people that we had a race in Georgia that had the potential for an LP candidate to top the one million vote mark running as a Libertarian in a state wide race… to which we were scoffed at and told we’d never come close and at most we could expect only 250k.
This is the third in a series of essays sent out by the Southern Party of Georgia. I posted the first one, but somehow missed the second one (available here). Below is the third. Each one contains an essay from a different Southern state on why they would be better off without the United States.… Read more ...
America’s Founding Fathers pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to the cause of freedom. To those of us who are 236 years removed from the American Revolution that may sound like nothing more than idealism.… Read more ...
The Green Party of Georgia has been making noise regarding the solitary confinement of 37 non-violent prison workers in 11 prisons across the state. Members of the Green Party have pledged to begin a hunger strike July 2nd if their demands have not been met.
On December 17th, 2010, in a meeting with representatives of over a dozen advocacy and community groups in Georgia, Timothy Ward, Facilities Director with the Department of Corrections acknowledged that 37 inmates had been subjected to ‘protective custody’ on suspicion of having served as instigators of the December 2010 strike, based on evidence that contraband cell phones had been confiscated from their personal property.
This is a fund raising appeal, but it contains a lot of information on the Georgia ballot access lawsuit:
Many of our faithful supporters over the years know the problem of Georgia election law and ballot access for our candidates. New supporters, know this: only “major” political parties in Georgia (Republicans and Democrats) get automatic ballot access, state-subsidized primary elections, etc.… Read more ...
Below is a press release from Garland Favorito at VoterGA.
ATLANTA, GA – The Green Party and Constitution Party of Georgia filed a federal lawsuit on Friday attempting to force Secretary of State, Brian Kemp, to list their Presidential candidates on the 2012 ballot. The lawsuit is similar to recent suits that were successful in Ohio and Tennessee.… Read more ...
Brett Bittner is essentially now an elected member of the Marietta County Board of Education. With qualifying closed, he is facing no opposition in his campaign. Bittner is the Executive Director of the Libertarian Party of Georgia and, unless a strong write-in candidate emerges, will be the third elected official in Georgia.… Read more ...
Cynthia McKinney is a former Democratic Congresswoman from Georgia who switched to the Green Party and ran for President in 2008. Now, according to this article, McKinney is intent on getting back to Congress, this time as a Green.
Since February she has made a few public appearances in her old district but stayed low key with her plans.