The following was published on thegazzette.com:
From a media release on Mon, May 16, 2011, by the Roger Gary 2012 campaign:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For confirmation, contact:
Jake Porter, 515-783-0729 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Daiell, (713) 777-1776 or JeffDaiell@Yahoo.com
Texas Libertarian Roger Gary [Formally] Announces Presidential Campaign
Promises Restoration of Civil Liberties, Free Markets, and a Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy
(SAN ANTONIO) Roger V.… Read more ...
Excerpt reposted at LP blog by Mark Hinkle:
With the recent protests and split within the nation of Libya, many are suggesting that the United States should enforce a no-fly zone or even take military action on Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi and his loyal forces and mercenaries to stop the violence, continued bloodshed, and threat of a civil war.… Read more ...
Via Steve Hoodjer:
Iowa Freedom Report has learned today that 2010 Libertarian candidate for Secretary of State Jake Porter is leaning towards a run for Des Moines City Council. Porter was the highest finisher among Libertarian Party candidates in the last cycle and his 33,854 votes were the highest raw total for any statewide LP candidate since 2002.… Read more ...
Email from Steve Hoodjer to email@example.com:
On Saturday, October 23, Iowa Public Television hosted a debate among all three candidates for Secretary of State. Libertarian Jake Porter debated with the Democrat incumbent Michael Mauro and Republican challenger Matt Schulz, a lawyer and Council Bluffs city councilman. Porter is the only mid-major party candidate for statewide office who has been allowed an equal stage with his major party opponents in the general election cycle.… Read more ...
Jake Porter was Bob Barr’s Iowa Campaign Coordinator and is a longtime Libertarian Party activist. He recently penned an interesting piece on the successes and failures of Bob Barr’s campaign for President as a Libertarian.
… Read more ...
Shortly after the Bob Barr 2008 Presidential campaign ended, I received many questions regarding both the successes and failures of the campaign.
Following up, belatedly, on our earlier pictures thread:
Jake Porter talks with some would-be constituents before he dropped out of the LNC at-large race.
Susan Hogarth hammers home a radical button:
The WWE’s Kane was a Mary supporter (note the button):
Mary Ruwart talking with her staff (Thomas Hill, Mary, Ray Carr (her husband), unknown guy in blue coat, Brian Irving):
Two pictures of the Ruwart booth:
A hardcore Ruwart supporter:
Another hardcore supporter, my daughter, Waverly Quinn:
Jake Porter has been elected as an alternate regional representative to the LNC. He has ended his quest for an at-large seat in order to support the candidacy of Susan Hogarth.