Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Libertarian Party Qualifies Ten Candidates for GA Statewide Offices

Ten Libertarian Party candidates for statewide office and two candidates for State House races will appear on this November's General Election ballot. Unlike the Democrats and Republicans, who qualify in April to select their candidates via primary in July, the Libertarian Party of Georgia nominated candidates via convention without cost to the taxpayers on April 24, 2010.

The 2010 slate of candidates for the Libertarian Party of Georgia includes:

U.S. Senate - Chuck Donovan
Governor - John Monds
Lieutenant Governor - Dr. Rhonda Martini
Secretary of State - David Chastain
Attorney General - Don Smart
State School Superintendent - Kira Willis
Commissioner of Agriculture - Kevin Cherry
Commissioner of Insurance - Shane Bruce
Commissioner of Labor - William Costa
Public Service Commission (District 2) - Dr. James Sendelbach
State Representative for District 51 - Brooke Nebel
State Representative for District 59 - Brad Ploeger

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