Adrian Wyllie is the Libertarian candidate for Governor of Florida in 2014. As Governor, he will continue to defend the life, liberty and property of all Floridians from excessive taxation, overbearing regulation, invasions of privacy, and all unconstitutional interference from the state and federal governments.
August kicks off the Wyllie for Governor Campaign Craft Brewery Tour. The campaign team will be traveling the state from the Florida Keys to the Panhandle the entire month of August to show support for a small business industry that has come under attack by the legislators in Tallahassee this past session.
We’ll provide you with a list of volunteers. You contact them and either schedule everyone to meet up at a local wifi spot with their laptops and cell phones or help them phone bank from their homes. Use the precinct blast tool to access the voter phone list and scripts.
Therefore, I refuse to accept your rules, and I present you with the following ultimatum. I will attend the FPA/FSNE Gubernatorial Forum on July 10th in Coral Gables. You may either allow me to participate in the forum, or you may have me arrested.
The Nature Coast Coalition for Peace and Justice has joined forces with other concerned citizens and local conservative groups to invite the public to its second set of monthly town hall meetings at the two Spring Hill public libraries to discuss the county’s comprehensive plan, and to explore ideas on developing an alternative citizen’s plan.
In 2013, parents across the state of Florida started to speak out against Common Core Standards yet fell short of stopping the implementation. The 2014 legislative session saw a continuation of that battle. John Hallman has completed his analysis of the changes made and what they mean for our students.