Tuesday, March 30, 2010
More News Kids,
Libertarian Brad Ploeger is conducting a petition drive to qualify for the ballot in State House District 59 in southeast Atlanta.
From the Georgia LP Website:
The Libertarian Party of Atlanta is gearing up to support the Libertarian Party's candidates in this year's election. If you have never been involved in campaigns before now; this is a great way to gain experience! Campaigns require the support of volunteers like you to survive and win in November.
Brad is running to be the first Libertarian elected to the Georgia General Assembly. The 59th district includes portions of Grant Park, Midtown, Lakewood and Old Fourth Ward. Because he is not running for a statewide office where the Libertarian Party already has access to the ballot, Brad’s campaign needs 1,600 voters to sign ballot access petitions in order to earn a place on the ballot in November. Help Brad become a voice for our Libertarian beliefs under the Gold Dome.
Saturday, March 27, 2010 – Ballot Access Petition Canvassing -10am – 6pm
Sunday, March 28, 2010 – Ballot Access Petition Canvassing - 1pm – 6pm
Saturday, April 3, 2010 – Ballot Access Petition Canvassing - 10am – 6pm
Sunday, April 4, 2010 – Ballot Access Petition Canvassing - 1pm – 6pm
Volunteers are requested to wear comfortable shoes and bring a good attitude. Before canvassers are sent out, teams will receive training and be given identification. No previous experience is required. Bring your friends and family!
While the campaign plans on canvassing each day if the weather becomes inclement we will work on various clerical and administrative tasks needed by the campaign. The show goes on rain or shine.
All campaign activities start at Campaign HQ, Brad’s house at 367 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta 30312, between Woodward Avenue and Bryant Street, just south of Memorial. If you need further directions, please call Brad Ploeger at 404-939-0367.
Brads Facebook page is here so stop by and get the latest news on the petition drive and the rest of the campaign.
Posted by Shane Bruce at 8:49 AM