The Libertarian Party of Palm Beach County (LP Palm Beach) is having a social get together tomorrow evening which is open to the public and their featured speaker is Alexander Snitker, Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF). Snitker is also the 2010 Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate who ran against Marco Rubio (R), Charlie Crist (NPA) and Kendrick Meeks (D) in Florida.
LP Palm Beach will get together at Rotelli Pizza and Pasta at 701 Lake Ave in downtown Lake Worth at 6:30 p.m. in a private room in the back. The Libertarians also conduct their regular business meetings across the street at Brogues Downunder on a different night, so this will be a purely social and education evening for the public.
Alexander Snitker is also the Executive Director for the Liberty Empowerment Institute and the Save America Foundation. He is also the co-host for the Liberty Underground Radio Show which runs live each Friday morning from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on the 1787 Radio Network.
There are now 1,195 registered Libertarian Party voters in Palm Beach County, up from only 315 in 2005. State-wide, the number of registered Libertarian Party voters and members of the Libertarian Party of Florida has been on an exponential increase over the last two years. The Party is gaining members and voters from both parties as voters are becoming increasingly disenchanted with both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party.
Good friend of Snitker and also co-host of their Liberty Underground Radio Show is Adrian Wyllie, a front runner in the 2014 race to be the next Florida governor. Wyllie is up against 20 other candidates who have filed. Amongst those officially filed candidates to date, the contest seems to be between incumbent Florida Governor Rick Scott and Adrian Wyllie. Though the main stream media often includes Charlie Crist in news reports, Crist has yet to file to run for the position. Wyllie may face a Libertarian Party opponent in a first-ever Florida Libertarian gubernatorial primary, if his opponent, John Wayne Smith qualifies to be on the ballot next year.