Video sent to IPR by Travis Irvine, 2010 Libertarian candidate for Congress from Ohio and professional videographer, takes a satirical look at the Occupy movement that is growing around the nation. Toward the end of the video, Irvine has an encounter with a man in a suit who claims to be some kind of authority figure and disputes his right to film or interview people:
Libertarian Travis Irvine has come out with a movie about his run for Mayor of Bexley, Ohio in 2007. Irvine is a professional videographer. His youtube channel for his 2010 Congressional run: IrvineForCongress.
Trailer for the movie, titled American Mayor (H/T Steven Linnabary in IPR comments):
An email sent out to Libertarian Party supporters (H/T to paulie):
We have a unique opportunity to reach out to younger prospects and recruit them to the Libertarian Party.
Help us raise $50,000 by making a donation today.
Travis Irvine recently ran for Congress in Ohio, and along with his campaign crew, generated videos that entertained and educated Libertarians and others nationwide.
Press release sent to email@example.com:
ATLANTA, GA – November 2, 2010 – Chuck Donovan, Georgia’s Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate, agrees with a quote earlier today from Libertarian candidate for Congress, Travis Irvine. In a PBS interview, Mr. Irvine stated, “Vote Libertarian or don’t complain for the next two tears.”
Despite lack of equal coverage from the mainstream media, along with cover-ups and typical scare tactics by established political party “leadership”, information on legitimate Libertarian candidates has been at the voters’ fingertips.… Read more ...
Kyle at Libertarian Party blog:
On October 30th, Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert and John Stewart held an unusual rally on the National Mall. The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear was a strange mixture of political comedy and commentary. While the specific goal of the rally was somewhat ambiguous in the weeks leading up to the event, we took it as a golden opportunity to interact with thousands of attendees and spread the message of liberty.… Read more ...
Staff at LP blog, October 8:
from the Mark Grannis (MD) and Travis Irvine (OH) congressional campaigns:
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In an effort to give voters a real alternative to the big-spending politics of the Democratic and Republican parties, two Libertarian candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives have developed a federal budget that completely eliminates the federal budget deficit in one year.
Columbus, OH – September 1, 2010 – Libertarian candidate Travis Irvine was excluded from a private editorial board meeting concerning the U.S. Congressional race in Ohio’s 12th District, which was held by various staff of The Columbus Dispatch and included Republican Rep. Pat Tiberi and Democrat challenger Paula Brooks on Monday.… Read more ...
Wes Benedict writes,
Dear Friend of Liberty,
Today is my birthday! I’ve already received a great gift in the form of a video from the Travis Irvine for Congress campaign. (Actually I’m not sure they intended it as a gift, but I’m pleased all the same.)
The video shows the candidate volunteering for the Quiz Across America door hanger project in his neighborhood and interacting with voters.… Read more ...