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Georgia: Chuck Donovan, Libertarian Senate Candidate, Receives Tea Party Endorsement

Press release from the Chuck Donovan campaign:

ATLANTA, GA – November 1, 2010 – Chuck Donovan, Georgia’s Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate, received a second acknowledgement from the Tea Party today. The Daily Tea Party published their endorsement of his candidacy with the statement, “Chuck Donovan is the only candidate worthy of the Tea Party name.… Read more ...

Chuck Donovan States, “I am running against two Democrats!”

ATLANTA, GA – November 1, 2010 – Chuck Donovan, Georgia’s Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate, is not surprised to hear, Democrat Roy Barnes, publicly state his support for Republican Johnny Isakson again. During Sunday night’s Atlanta Press Club Debate on GPB, Barnes said, “I like Johnny Isakson. I think he’s a fine Senator.”… Read more ...

Libertarian Candidate Chuck Donovan Slams Isakson’s Record In Two New TV Commercials

ATLANTA, GA – October 28, 2010 – Chuck Donovan, Georgia’s Libertarian candidate for U.S Senate, announces the publishing of two new TV and radio ads. The ads were produced by Athens, GA based Green Room International Productions, LLC (GRIP), a Terrapin Blue company. They may be sampled at Chuck Donovan’s YouTube Channel, “Donovan4Senate”.… Read more ...

Libertarian Chuck Donovan: ‘Where’s My Fiscally Responsible Republican Senator?’

Press release emailed to contact.ipr@gmail.com:

ATLANTA, GA – October 26, 2010 – Chuck Donovan, Georgia’s Libertarian candidate for U.S Senate, has harsh criticism for Johnny Isakson’s campaign advertisements. In his ad, Senator Isakson states that the Federal government should, “stop borrowing and live within its means”. However, Isakson’s voting record as the second most liberal spending Senator in Georgia’s history contradicts his campaign advertising.… Read more ...

Georgia Libertarian Chuck Donovan pleased with his first ever debate, looks for another

Press release emailed to contact.ipr@gmail.com:

ATLANTA, GA – October 25, 2010 – Chuck Donovan, Libertarian candidate for U.S Senate from Georgia, participated last night in the only debate incumbent Republican Senator Johnny Isakson decided to include in his campaign schedule. The Atlanta Press Club-sponsored debate was televised live from the Georgia Public Broadcasting studios in Atlanta, and included Donovan, Isakson and Democratic nominee Michael Thurmond, Georgia’s outgoing Labor Commissioner.… Read more ...

Georgia Libertarian Chuck Donovan says Republican Johnny Isakson is not a conservative in US Senate debate

Via Jim Galloway at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

The three candidates for U.S. Senate had their one and only debate Sunday night. Given the current political climate, exchanges between Republican incumbent Johnny Isakson and Democrat Michael Thurmond were remarkably civil.

The only harsh notes of discord in the Atlanta Press Club debate were struck by Chuck Donovan, the Libertarian who steadfastly attacked Isakson as something other than conservative.

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Libertarian Party blog: ‘Libertarian U.S. Senate Candidate Chuck Donovan is leading a revolution against big government spending’

Posted by Mark Hinkle at Libertarian Party blog:

Johnny Isakson Receiving Campaign Support from Socialized Medicine Champion, Mitt Romney

ATLANTA, GA – September 17, 2010 – It is interesting for the Donovan campaign to note that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will be coming to Georgia to support Johnny Isakson’s bid to be reelected as U.S.… Read more ...

Republican Party in Georgia County endorses Libertarian for U.S. Senate seat over incumbent Johnny Isakson

H/T Doug Craig:
Sharon Rondeau at The Post and Email:

MR. SWENSSON: He has never made any statement other than to say that he saw the Factcheck.org “birth certificate” and he’s satisfied that Obama is a natural born Citizen. I’ve never gotten anything more than that from Mr. Isakson; neither have any of the people with whom I am associated, one of whom is a member of the Clayton County GOP.

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