Sunday, April 18, 2010

Libertarian Party of Georgia Announces the PSC District 2 and Attorney General Candidates

The cats outta the bag baby,

A great big welcome aboard to Libertarian James Sendlebach and Libertarian Don Smart and congratulations for signing up to carry the banner of Liberty this fall in Georgia. As revealed in the Georgia Libertarian Online, 19 Apr 10 issue, these two gentlemen are the latest of our statewide candidates to declare for office.

Mr. Sendlebach will run for the Public Service Commission District 2 seat currently held by republican Bobby Baker who has held that seat since the dark ages back in 1992. Bobby's a pro but currently is sitting on only $13K in the campaign kitty as opposed to the $250K he raised and spent way back in 2006. Democrat Ken Moffit is seeking the same seat but has yet to file a report with the State Ethics Commission. This race is starting to look a lot like the Labor Commissioner contest!

Libertarian Attorney Don Smart will lock horns with which ever republican and democrat survives their primary fight and wins a place on the ballot. Don will be on the ballot as of 24 April 2010 after nominating closes at the Libertarian Convention and will begin campaigning as soon as the dust settles.

So the last big questions for those of us here in Liberty land is who will round out this fall's ticket? There are rumors we have a Insurance Commissioner Candidate as well as a pick for Lt Governor and are still looking for a suitable Agriculture Commissioner. The suspense is killing us here at Bludgeon & Skewer, but we'll just have to wait till the convention

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