Source: Independent Political Report
Press release sent to firstname.lastname@example.org yesterday:
Columbus City Council candidate Robert Bridges met this morning with Gahanna Councilman John McAlister to discuss issues of mutual interest. Bridges is part of a three-person slate of Libertarian candidates running for Columbus City Council. McAlister, long-time Gahanna councilman, is also a Libertarian and previously ran on the party’s ticket for US Senate.
Bridges sought McAlister’s advice on putting Libertarian values to work as a sitting officeholder. “We talked about how to eliminate government intrusion in our lives,” Bridges said.
The two also discussed the issue of misconduct by towing contractors on the OSU campus. “I have proposed requiring owners or their representatives to sign tow slips rather than allowing the tow companies to act as their representatives,” Bridges explained. “John and I talked about how this can be applied at the city level, and how it stops the state from taking away the rights of property owners.”
The LP is America’s third-largest political party, founded in 1971. The Libertarian Party stands for free markets, civil liberties, and peace. Read more about Robert’s campaign at