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Attorney General Candidate Bill Wohlsifer speaking Wednesday at UCF

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Libertarian Attorney General Candidate Bill Wohlsifer will speak to students and other attendees at the University of Central Florida (UCF) this Wednesday, March 19. The event, which will begin at 7 p.m., will take place in room 218 of the Student Union Building on the UCF Campus. The UCF Chapter of NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) is sponsoring the event.

The address for the UCF Student Union Building is 4000 Central Florida Blvd, Orlando, Fla. 32816. In addition to Wohlsifer, W. Steve Edmonds, Jr., the Bill Wohlsifer for Attorney General Campaign Manager and the Director of the One Florida Foundation, will attend and participate in the forum. This event is open and free to the public.

While in Orlando, Wholsifer also plans to stop by the Libertarian Party of Orange County monthly meeting, which takes place tonight and every third Wednesday of the month.

Learn more about Wohlsifer and the LPF

For more information on Libertarian Attorney General Candidate Bill Wohlsifer and his campaign to defeat the incumbent Republican Pam Bondi, please visit his website and Facebook page. To learn more about the Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF), please visit the party’s website and Facebook page.

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