Tag Archives: pete sessions

John Jay Myers: Post-election wrap up

Posted by John Jay Myers on facebook. Myers ran as a Libertarian against Pete Sessions (R) in TX-32.

Official release:

“Thank you to all donors and volunteers! John Jay Myers raised more than any other Libertarian candidate in the 32nd district with over $7200, and he received the highest percentage of any Libertarian candidate in the district’s history.… Read more ...

John Jay Myers Campaign releases TV ad

Sent to contact.ipr@gmail.com:

The Libertarian campaign for John Jay Myers is releasing a very professional TV ad next week, which highlights the need to end the two party mindset. The video was actually created in the spare time of two Republicans, (one a Precinct Chair) furthering the idea that it is principle over party.… Read more ...

The best thing about running for Congress, by John Jay Myers (Libertarian, TX-32)

Email from John Jay Myers:

One of my favorite things about running for office in Dallas is filling out the Dallas Morning News Questionnaire.

What changes, if any, would you recommend in the Obama administration’s strategy in Afghanistan?

Afghanistan is a quagmire. We need to get out of it of immediately.… Read more ...

Republican Precinct Chair endorses Libertarian John Jay Myers for Congress

Libertarian Party blog:

John  Jay Myers on red couchTexas Libertarian John Jay Myers is running for U.S. Representative in the 32nd District. A local Republican Party precinct chair endorsed Myers recently, writing this:

As a Republican Precinct Chair, people have asked me why I am not supporting the party’s nominee and incumbent, Pete Sessions.

Here are just a few reasons why:

1.

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John Jay Myers on Immigration

Email from John Jay Myers to contact.ipr@gmail.com. John Jay Myers is a candidate for the Libertarian National Party Chair and currently running for United States Congress against Pete Sessions in Texas 32nd District.
www.johnjaymyers.com

IPR takes no position on LNC races.


Many Americans are looking to the Libertarian Party for answers, and it is important that the answers we give do not depend on the fantasy of a “Libertarian society” to work.… Read more ...