Wyllie had the confidence of the LPF EC in 2015

Since Adrian Wyllie continues his revisionist history regarding his resignation I feel the need to put it to rest. The fact is that Wyllie HAD the confidence of the LPF EC, which is CONTRARY to what he has been telling the public from day one, even today he posted a video where he clearly mismanages the facts and here is the proof. Now I personally like Adrian; however, on this one issue, I cannot let him continue to confuse the public as to what actually happened during that time.

You will see that every single EC member that voted within Wyllie’s 24 hour voting time frame agreed with him and voted NO, and not one EC member voted YES. A vote of NO meant that Wyllie should continue on and speak freely about Invictus and there were ZERO indications from us (the EC) that Wyllie should stop. The vote, in our minds, should have given Wyllie the encouragement to move forward but left us in a serious situation with his sudden resignation. Wyllie CLEARLY had the confidence of the EC and resigned anyway.

Here is the email communication from that vote:

9/27/15 11:53PM From Adrian Wyllie: I have made the following motion, and we are initiating an email vote.  Please respond with “Yes” or “No”.   This is a simple majority vote of members present.   For the purpose of this email vote, quorum will be established by the number of EC members responding within 24 hours (by 11:59pm on Monday, 9/28/15).  “Abstain” however will not be counted as part of the quorum of members present, per RONR.    The quorum will be established by the number of “yes” and “no” votes cast only.

VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE IN THE CHAIRMAN – Motion by Adrian Wyllie

LPF Chairman Adrian Wyllie has spoken strongly against Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Augustus Invictus, and against LPF members who have affiliations with known neo-Nazi and white supremacist organizations. Wyllie has done so without specific authorization of the LPF EC. He has expressed (and he reaffirms here) that he will continue to speak for the LPF on these matters, even without approval from the EC. Therefore, he exceeds his authority as LPF spokesman. I hereby move that Adrian Wyllie be asked to resign.”

Do I have a second?

Sincerely,
Adrian Wyllie, Chairman

 

9/28/15 4:44 AM From Karl Dickey: Second.
Discussion: I do not agree with how you have dealt with the matter; however, it is not worthy of forcing your resignation as Chair.
My vote: NO

 

9/28/15 5:11 AM From Pete Blome: Pete votes no on the motion of no confidence.

Seriously thinking about who we are, and what we represent, is never easy, but Adrian is doing so in an open, honest, and forthright manner.  In my opinion, he is taking into consideration the law, the rights of the individual, and our duty as officers of a political party in a responsible fashion.

Regards,

Pete Blome, Region 1

 

9/28/15 7:09 AM From JD Pierce: John D. Pierce, Region 8 Representative, votes No on the motion of no confidence, and supports the actions of the Chair in this matter.

JD

 

9/28/15 9:40 AM From Char-Lez Braden: All,

No.

For Liberty,

Char-Lez Braden, Secretary LPF EC

 

9/28/2015 2:30 PM From James Morris: I support the Chairs position of speaking out against harmful elements of the LPF.

For Liberty,

James Morris, Treasurer

 

9/28/15 6:47 PM From Jared Jones: I vote no. If this passes, is the next chair intended to support Invictus? If Invictus were a republican or democrat, by self proclamation, we wouldn’t even be giving him a second glance. Hitler was nice to his people. And had many supporters. In many way Invictus represents the very fabric of ideology that we are, as a party, trying to ward off. Again, my vote is a resounding NO.
Jared Jones

At-Large Director (1)

 

9/28/15 6:58 PM From Matt Worley: Absolutely NO

9/28/15 9:13 PM From Region 11 Rep: I vote No on this motion.

 

From the Libertarian Party of Florida: Incoming LPF Chair Wyllie outlines bold mission statement

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I’d like to thank the LPF delegates for electing me chairman, and I congratulate all of the newly-elected EC members. We had the largest delegation in my memory at least, and perhaps the largest delegation in LPF history.

It was an extremely successful meeting, with a renewed spirit of unity and commitment. Petty differences between members were put aside, and we came together to do the business that needed to be done. Now, we must harness that spirit, so that it motivates us through the 2016 election cycle.

Though the convention adjourned only a few hours ago, our work is already underway. For the next two years, I resolve to keep the party laser focused on two components of our core mission:

1. To elect candidates to office in 2016 who will implement the LPF platform, and,

2. To recruit registered LPF voters in Florida, en route to our long-term goal of achieving major party status.

In recent years, the LPF has made the transition from political obscurity to emerging power in Florida. We’ve made a small dent in the two-party machine’s armor. It’s clearly evident each time I walk the halls of the state capitol. We’ve got their attention, and they’re more than a little concerned.

We should take pride in what we’ve accomplished. But, we must also recognize that we have much more work to do. Now is the time to step up our game.

With a renewed commitment to the cause, 2016 could be the election cycle where we change Florida politics forever. I’m ready and willing to do what it takes to take the LPF to the big leagues. I believe that you are, too.

In the coming days, I will be making appointments to various committee positions in the LPF. We have many slots that need to be filled by hardworking and dedicated members, who are willing to do the heavy lifting.

I’m asking you to volunteer for a committee position. I’m asking you to do a challenging and sometimes thankless job, simply because it needs to be done.

I will be demanding of your time, talents, and money. I will ask you to commit your blood, sweat and tears to the party. I will ask you to give more than you’ve given in the past.

There will be no “placeholder” positions in the LPF. Each committee will have clear objectives and deadlines that they will be expected to meet. If you fail to meet them, I will ask you to step aside to make room for members who will.

In return, I expect you to demand the same performance from me. I have made a commitment to you, and I expect you to hold me fully accountable. If I fail to advance our objectives to the best of my ability, then you must demand my resignation.

If we all make this commitment to one another, and we each accept the responsibility that comes with it, then we can shatter the Libertarian glass ceiling. Together, we are the hammer.

Are you up for the challenge?

Adrian Wyllie

Chairman

Libertarian Party of Florida

chair@lpf.org

Voter's Guide for 2014 General Election – Palm Beach County, Florida – A Libertarian Perspective

I am often asked for my opinion as to who would make good choices for elected office and the 2014 General Election is no different. So here is the list of those I plan to vote. The person / issue I will vote for is in BOLD, sometimes with an explanation.

U.S. Representative, Dist. 22

PAUL SPAIN – I am voting for Paul Spain. He was my #2 pick during the primaries and am comfortable with him leading District 22. I wish he was more libertarian and perhaps in two years we will have a Libertarian Party challenger for this seat.
Lois Frankel
Write-In Candidate Raymond Schamis

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Rick Scott / Carlos Lopez-Cantera
Charlie Crist / Annette Taddeo
ADRIAN WYLLIE / GREG ROE
Farid Khavari / Lateresa A. Jones
Glenn Burkett / Jose Augusto Matos
Write-In Candidates

Attorney General
Pam Bondi
George Sheldon
BILL WOHLSIFERno matter who wins the Governor’s race, it is imperative to supporters of Amendment 2 (medical marijuana) Bill Wohslifer win to be Florida’s next Attorney General so Amendment 2 will be implemented properly and go unchallenged.

Chief Financial Officer – It is unusual for me; however, I am skipping this race (and a couple more below). I can not in good faith vote for either of these candidates. Both are bad in my opinion.
Jeff Atwater
William “Will” Rankin

Commissioner of Agriculture
Adam H. Putnam – I am not a huge fan of Putnam and am tempted to skip this race as with the CFO race; however, Putnam is the better candidate and has helped Libertarians in the state move their agenda forward.
Thaddeus “Thad” Hamilton
Write-In Candidate – Jeffrey Obos

State Senator, Dist. 34 – I am sitting out this race as well. Sachs is awful and I do not believe she lives in this district which is required by our state constitution. If allegations are proven true (it is currently being officially investigated) it could lead to her going to jail for continually lying on official qualification forms and violating the state constitution. Bogdanoff is equally awful. Her record in the Florida legislature is terrible from a Libertarian point of view and is more interested in corporate welfare than offering small or big business a truly free market in Florida. As before, perhaps a Libertarian Party of Florida candidate will challenge the winner next time around.
Ellyn Bogdanoff
Maria Lorts Sachs

State Representative, Dist. 89 – I can not in good faith vote for either of these two. UGH! Both are nice people; however, I do not want either representing me in Tallahassee. I could get into the nitty and gritty details – but will spare you.
Bill Hager
David Ryan Silvers

District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge Alan O. Forst of the Fourth District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES
NO

District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge Mark W. Klingensmith of the Fourth District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES
NO

District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge W. Matthew Stevenson of the Fourth District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES
NO

District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge Martha C. Warner of the Fourth District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES
NO

Palm Beach Soil & Water Conservation District Group 5 – 4 Year Term
Eva S. Webb
Karl Dickey – he is the OBVIOUS choice! 🙂

No. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 28
Water and Land Conservation – Dedicates funds to acquire and restore Florida conservation and recreation lands.

Although I am an environmentalist, the state has enough land AND it continually sells off land that was SUPPOSED to be held for conservation. The government has a horrible track record and cannot be trusted to keep this land preserved.

YES
NO

No. 2
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 29
Use of Marijuana for Certain Medical Conditions
Allows the medical use of marijuana for individuals with debilitating diseases as determined by a licensed Florida physician. Allows caregivers to assist patients’ medical use of marijuana. The Department of Health shall register and regulate centers that produce and distribute marijuana for medical purposes and shall issue identification cards to patients and caregivers. Applies only to Florida law. Does not authorize violations of federal law or any non-medical use, possession or production of marijuana.

Increased costs from this amendment to state and local governments cannot be determined. There will be additional regulatory and enforcement activities associated with the production and sale of medical marijuana. Fees will offset at least a portion of the regulatory costs. While sales tax may apply to purchases, changes in revenue cannot reasonably be determined since the extent to which medical marijuana will be exempt from taxation is unclear without legislative or state administrative action.
YES – I will be voting YES for this amendment because we must end the absurd practice of jailing patients for using this tremendous resource.
NO

No. 3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE V, SECTIONS 10, 11
Prospective Appointment of Certain Judicial Vacancies

Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution requiring the Governor to prospectively fill vacancies in a judicial office to which election for retention applies resulting from the justice’s or judge’s reaching the mandatory retirement age or failure to qualify for a retention election; and allowing prospective appointments if a justice or judge is not retained at an election. Currently, the Governor may not fill an expected vacancy until the current justice’s or judge’s term expires.
YES
NO

COUNTYWIDE – QUESTION 1
REAUTHORIZATION OF THE CHILDREN’S SERVICES COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

Shall the Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County, which provides early learning and reading skills, development, treatment, preventative and other children’s services in Palm Beach County, be reauthorized to continue in existence as a district with voter-approved taxing authority, with independent oversight and accountability as required by law, unless and until it is dissolved as specified in s.125.901 (4)(a), Florida Statutes?
YES
NO – this $100 million+ per year taxpayer funded agency should be abolished. They do great work; however, it can be done better privately.

COUNTYWIDE – QUESTION 2
REFERENDUM TO CONTINUE AN AD VALOREM LEVY FOR SCHOOL OPERATIONAL NEEDS

Shall the School Board of Palm Beach County have the authority to continue to levy 0.25 mills of ad valorem millage dedicated for operational needs of non-charter District schools to fund teachers, as well as arts, music, physical education, career and academic programs for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30, 2019, with oversight by an independent finance committee of citizens and experts?
YES
NO – VOTE NO to end this ‘hidden’ unnecessary tax

Voter’s Guide for 2014 General Election – Palm Beach County, Florida – A Libertarian Perspective

I am often asked for my opinion as to who would make good choices for elected office and the 2014 General Election is no different. So here is the list of those I plan to vote. The person / issue I will vote for is in BOLD, sometimes with an explanation.

U.S. Representative, Dist. 22

PAUL SPAIN – I am voting for Paul Spain. He was my #2 pick during the primaries and am comfortable with him leading District 22. I wish he was more libertarian and perhaps in two years we will have a Libertarian Party challenger for this seat.
Lois Frankel
Write-In Candidate Raymond Schamis

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Rick Scott / Carlos Lopez-Cantera
Charlie Crist / Annette Taddeo
ADRIAN WYLLIE / GREG ROE
Farid Khavari / Lateresa A. Jones
Glenn Burkett / Jose Augusto Matos
Write-In Candidates

Attorney General
Pam Bondi
George Sheldon
BILL WOHLSIFERno matter who wins the Governor’s race, it is imperative to supporters of Amendment 2 (medical marijuana) Bill Wohslifer win to be Florida’s next Attorney General so Amendment 2 will be implemented properly and go unchallenged.

Chief Financial Officer – It is unusual for me; however, I am skipping this race (and a couple more below). I can not in good faith vote for either of these candidates. Both are bad in my opinion.
Jeff Atwater
William “Will” Rankin

Commissioner of Agriculture
Adam H. Putnam – I am not a huge fan of Putnam and am tempted to skip this race as with the CFO race; however, Putnam is the better candidate and has helped Libertarians in the state move their agenda forward.
Thaddeus “Thad” Hamilton
Write-In Candidate – Jeffrey Obos

State Senator, Dist. 34 – I am sitting out this race as well. Sachs is awful and I do not believe she lives in this district which is required by our state constitution. If allegations are proven true (it is currently being officially investigated) it could lead to her going to jail for continually lying on official qualification forms and violating the state constitution. Bogdanoff is equally awful. Her record in the Florida legislature is terrible from a Libertarian point of view and is more interested in corporate welfare than offering small or big business a truly free market in Florida. As before, perhaps a Libertarian Party of Florida candidate will challenge the winner next time around.
Ellyn Bogdanoff
Maria Lorts Sachs

State Representative, Dist. 89 – I can not in good faith vote for either of these two. UGH! Both are nice people; however, I do not want either representing me in Tallahassee. I could get into the nitty and gritty details – but will spare you.
Bill Hager
David Ryan Silvers

District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge Alan O. Forst of the Fourth District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES
NO

District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge Mark W. Klingensmith of the Fourth District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES
NO

District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge W. Matthew Stevenson of the Fourth District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES
NO

District Court of Appeal
Shall Judge Martha C. Warner of the Fourth District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES
NO

Palm Beach Soil & Water Conservation District Group 5 – 4 Year Term
Eva S. Webb
Karl Dickey – he is the OBVIOUS choice! 🙂

No. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 28
Water and Land Conservation – Dedicates funds to acquire and restore Florida conservation and recreation lands.

Although I am an environmentalist, the state has enough land AND it continually sells off land that was SUPPOSED to be held for conservation. The government has a horrible track record and cannot be trusted to keep this land preserved.

YES
NO

No. 2
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 29
Use of Marijuana for Certain Medical Conditions
Allows the medical use of marijuana for individuals with debilitating diseases as determined by a licensed Florida physician. Allows caregivers to assist patients’ medical use of marijuana. The Department of Health shall register and regulate centers that produce and distribute marijuana for medical purposes and shall issue identification cards to patients and caregivers. Applies only to Florida law. Does not authorize violations of federal law or any non-medical use, possession or production of marijuana.

Increased costs from this amendment to state and local governments cannot be determined. There will be additional regulatory and enforcement activities associated with the production and sale of medical marijuana. Fees will offset at least a portion of the regulatory costs. While sales tax may apply to purchases, changes in revenue cannot reasonably be determined since the extent to which medical marijuana will be exempt from taxation is unclear without legislative or state administrative action.
YES – I will be voting YES for this amendment because we must end the absurd practice of jailing patients for using this tremendous resource.
NO

No. 3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE V, SECTIONS 10, 11
Prospective Appointment of Certain Judicial Vacancies

Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution requiring the Governor to prospectively fill vacancies in a judicial office to which election for retention applies resulting from the justice’s or judge’s reaching the mandatory retirement age or failure to qualify for a retention election; and allowing prospective appointments if a justice or judge is not retained at an election. Currently, the Governor may not fill an expected vacancy until the current justice’s or judge’s term expires.
YES
NO

COUNTYWIDE – QUESTION 1
REAUTHORIZATION OF THE CHILDREN’S SERVICES COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

Shall the Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County, which provides early learning and reading skills, development, treatment, preventative and other children’s services in Palm Beach County, be reauthorized to continue in existence as a district with voter-approved taxing authority, with independent oversight and accountability as required by law, unless and until it is dissolved as specified in s.125.901 (4)(a), Florida Statutes?
YES
NO – this $100 million+ per year taxpayer funded agency should be abolished. They do great work; however, it can be done better privately.

COUNTYWIDE – QUESTION 2
REFERENDUM TO CONTINUE AN AD VALOREM LEVY FOR SCHOOL OPERATIONAL NEEDS

Shall the School Board of Palm Beach County have the authority to continue to levy 0.25 mills of ad valorem millage dedicated for operational needs of non-charter District schools to fund teachers, as well as arts, music, physical education, career and academic programs for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30, 2019, with oversight by an independent finance committee of citizens and experts?
YES
NO – VOTE NO to end this ‘hidden’ unnecessary tax

Wyllie begins craft brew tour today, Key West to Panama City

Libertarian Party of Florida Gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie starts his 30 Cities in 30 Days Craft Brew Tour of Florida today in Fort Myers at 5:00 p.m. at the Fort Myers Brewing Company. Libertarians are long supporters of craft brewers in Florida and having the retain their independence from heavy regulation from the state, which is what prompted Wyllie’s tour. The Libertarian Party of Florida and their fast-growing membership was instrumental in defeating state regulations designed by large brewers which could have hurt small craft brewers in Florida.

Wyllie is receiving support from craft brewers as they learn of the parallel David vs. Goliath fight Wyllie is in, as the craft brewers were in this past Florida legislative session. In between visits to breweries, Wyllie will be conducting media interviews as well as attending candidate forums. Speaking about the month-long tour, Wyllie said, “This campaign tour rivals anything Rick Scott and Charlie Crist are doing. We’re playing in the big leagues now.”

Wyllie will be conducting a meet and greet at the Fort Myers Brewing Company located at 12811 Commerce Lakes Drive in Fort Myers, Florida from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, August 1, 2014. He will then move on to the Marco Island Brewery from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at 1089 North Collier Blvd on Marco Island, Florida the same evening.

We doubt Wyllie will be borrowing Rick Scott’s jet or one of Charlie Crist’s cronies’ jets, but he will traverse across the state arriving at the Saltwater Brewery at 1701 W Altantic Avenue in Delray Beach, Florida for another meet and greet from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 2, 2014, before heading over to Coral Springs’ Big Bear Brewing Co. on North University Drive at 11:00 p.m.

Here is a list of the remainder of Wyllie’s tour (some dates/breweries may be added over the next few weeks):

August 3, 2014 – 4:00 p.m. – Seadog Tavern Key West Brewery, 628 Duval Street, Key West, Florida

August 4, 2014 – 6:00 p.m. – Sarasota Brewing Co., 6607 Gateway Avenue, Sarasota, Florida

August 7, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Dunedin Brewery, 937 Douglas Avenue, Dunedin, Florida

August 8, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Copp Brewery, 11 NE 4th Avenue, Crystal River, Florida

August 9, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Swamp Head Brewery, 3140 SW 42nd Way, Gainesville, Florida

August 10, 2014 – 4:00 p.m. – MoMo’s Pizza and Brew, 1410 Market Street, Tallahassee, Florida

August 11, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – The Wild Rover Pub & Brewery, 8740 North Mobley Road, Odessa (Keystone), Florida

August 13, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Barley Mow Brewing, 518 West Bay Drive, Largo, Florida

August 14, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Sea Dog Brewing Co., 26200 US Highway 19 North, Clearwater, Florida

August 16, 2014 – 3:00 p.m. – Green Room Brewing, 228 Third Street North, Jacksonville, Florida

August 16, 2014 – 5:00 p.m. – Seven Bridges Craft Beer, 9735 Gate Parkway North, Jacksonville, Florida

August 17, 2014 – 2:00 p.m. – Crispy’s Beer and Wine Bar, 604 Barnes Blvd, Rockledge, Florida

August 17, 2014 – 5:00 p.m. – Orlando Brewing Co., 1301 Atlanta Avenue, Orlando, Florida

August 19, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Motorworks Brewing, 1014 Ninth Street West, Bradenton, Florida

August 20, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Florida Avenue Brewing Company, 4101 North Florida Avenue, Tampa, Florida

August 21, 2014 – 6:00 p.m. – Sailfish Brewing, 407 North Second Street, Fort Pierce, Florida

August 22, 2014 – 6:00 p.m. – Cocoa Beach Brewery, 150 N Atlantic Ave, Cocoa Beach, Florida

August 23, 2014 – 5:00 p.m. – Cask & Larder, 565 West Fairbanks Avenue, Winter Park, Florida

August 23, 2014 – 9:00 p.m. – Redlight Redlight Craft Beer Parlour, 2810 Corrine Drive, Orlando, Florida

August 24, 2014 – 4:00 p.m. – 3 Palms Brewing, 1509 Hobbs Street, Tampa, Florida

August 24, 2014 – 6:00 p.m. – St. Petersburg Brewing Co., 544 First Avenue North, Saint Petersburg, Florida

August 26, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Cigar City Brewing, 3924 West Spruce Street, Tampa, Florida

August 27, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Rapp Brewing, 10930 Endeavor Way, Seminole, Florida

August 28, 2014 – 7:00 p.m. – Darwin’s on 4th, 1525 Fourth Street, Sarasota, Florida

August 30, 2014 – 1:00 p.m. – Uncle Ernie’s Bayfront Grill & Brew House, 1151 Bayview Avenue, Panama City, Florida

August 30, 2014 – 5:00 p.m. – Props Craft Brewery, 255 Miracle Strip Parkway, SE, Fort Walton Beach, Florida

August 30, 2014 – 9:00 p.m. – McGuire’s Irish Pub and Brewery, 600 East Gregory Street, Pensacola, Florida

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New poll shows greater support for legalized marijuana in Florida

A Quinnipiac University poll released this morning shows the largest support for legalizing marijuana in the State of Florida ever. This should help Libertarian Party of Florida gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie who, unlike his opponents have very limited support of legalizing marijuana. It should also help Libertarian Party of Florida Attorney General candidate, Bill Wohlsifer, who has been on the forefront of the getting marijuana legalized in the state.

READ THE FULL STORY HERE

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Voters do not trust Scott or Crist, turning toward Wyllie in Florida

In a new Quinnipiac University poll out this morning, July 23, 2014, the Libertarian Party of Florida candidate, Adrian Wyllie gains steam as Florida voters seek out alternatives to Rick Scott and Charlie Crist. The last Quinnipiac University poll conducted on the Florida Gubernatorial race on April 30, 2014 did not include Wyllie’s name, so now Quinnipiac has a base-line to go by for future polls. Wyllie starts that base-line at 9% throughout Florida and that is with 92% of those polled not knowing enough about him to form an opinion. This is clearly a failure by the general media to inform the public about the candidates running to be Florida’s next governor.

READ THE REST OF THE STORY HERE

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Wyllie’s fight with Real ID will continue another day, continues without license

As we wrote earlier this week (see below under Suggested by Author), Libertarian Party of Florida Gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie had a court date yesterday, July 18, 2014, concerning his traveling without a Florida drivers license. In Judge Cathy McKyton’s courtroom 18 of the Pinellas County Justice Center, Wyllie attempted to fight the state to establish a precedent that the Real ID Act of 2005 is unconstitutional and should not be a requirement for Floridians to obtain a driver’s license. In the end, Wyllie pleaded ‘no contest’ and was ordered to pay a $258 fine; however, he left the courthouse with greater knowledge in how to fight the matter another day.

Read the full story here!

Wyllie's fight with Real ID will continue another day, continues without license

As we wrote earlier this week (see below under Suggested by Author), Libertarian Party of Florida Gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie had a court date yesterday, July 18, 2014, concerning his traveling without a Florida drivers license. In Judge Cathy McKyton’s courtroom 18 of the Pinellas County Justice Center, Wyllie attempted to fight the state to establish a precedent that the Real ID Act of 2005 is unconstitutional and should not be a requirement for Floridians to obtain a driver’s license. In the end, Wyllie pleaded ‘no contest’ and was ordered to pay a $258 fine; however, he left the courthouse with greater knowledge in how to fight the matter another day.

Read the full story here!

Florida Gubernatorial candidate fights Real ID in court tomorrow

Florida Gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie continues his fight against Real ID and the State of Florida in court tomorrow, July 18, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. He will be in a hearing at the Pinellas County Justice Center in Clearwater, Florida to dismiss the state’s charge against him for traveling for personal purposes without their permission. Should the judge rule in favor of his motion, then Real ID will have been found to be unconstitutional in Florida. If the judge denies the motion, there will be a jury trial in August. Wyllie is facing Rick Scott and the Democratic primary winner (Charlie Crist or Nan Rich) in the general election in November, 2014 to be Florida’s next governor.

Read the FULL story here.