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November 15, 2018

Federal Judge Sides with LPofGA Candidate: “Confirm All Provisional Ballots” – by Laura Williams

LPGa’s candidate for Secretary of State Smythe DuVal has been vindicated in his suit against state election officials, as a […]
November 14, 2018

Libertarian Party Of Georgia’s Impact On The 2018 General Election – By Stephanie Aylworth

The 2018 Libertarian candidates in Georgia may not have been the front runners, but voters who chose to support candidates […]
November 8, 2018

Bottom’s Up! Why Libertarians Should Run for Local Office – by Stephanie Aylworth

I’m a Libertarian girl living in a two-party world. My background is in local government and economic and community development, […]

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He who counts the votes wins ..


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who votes is not as important as who "counts"

Pretty sure these are exact opposites of each other. The lottery has one answer, and is just as complicated if it sells one ticket than if it sells a million. Either one of those tickets has the right answer or they don't and we try again. An election consists of many ballots, all of which are as important as the next, and all are required to get an answer. The more that are submitted, the harder it is to tally. Good try, but a very poor analogy.

“Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything.” ― Joseph Stalin

Who runs the lottery? A private firm or contractor?

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Libertarian Party of Georgia

Today Ryan Thomas Graham and Doug Craig met with Dar'shun Nicole Kendrick (Democrat State House Rep) to write new standards for ballot access. 80% of Georgia's State House candidates ran unopposed while eligible candidates were banned from adding to voters' choices. We will push to get statewide access for independents and third parties lowered 2% in any statewide race and a maximum number of signatures per district. We are already lining up support from other State House representatives. More than 50% of Georgians don't identify as 'D' or 'R' - it's time to end duopoly control. ❤️❤️❤️ ... See MoreSee Less


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I wonder if my representative, Sharon Cooper is brave enough to back competition on the ballot.

Since I will no longer vote for ANY Democrat or Republican candidates, I'm happy to hear this.

Deborah Gonzalez, can we count on your support?

Representative Michael Caldwell, Can we count on your support?

El-Mahdi Holly newly elected and man of the people. Sure he'll be on board

Rep. Sam Park. Can we count on your support?

State Rep. Derrick Jackson, can we count on your support for independent voices in state politics?

State Rep. Alan Powell can we please have your support?

Terry Rogers can we count on you?

Yes if you want to run should be just fill paperwork out and run . No signatures required that what the election is for.

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