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Libertarians on the Palm Beach County ballot

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Qualification to be on the November General Election ballot ended yesterday, June 20, 2014 at noon. Since most media will not inform the public as to the libertarian candidates that Palm Beach County voters will see on their November ballot, we thought we'd do that here. The following qualified candidates may or may not be Libertarian Party 'branded' candidates, yet they at least have libertarian-leanings.

If a race or candidate is not listed below, but you think it should in future articles, please send me an email at karldickey@gmail.com. We will have more extensive coverage on more candidates in future articles.

Governor: Adrian Wyllie, Libertarian Party of Florida. Wyllie will face Rick Scott and the Democratic primary winner, Nan Rich or Charlie Crist, in the November general election.

Attorney General: Bill Wohlsifer, Libertarian Party of Florida. Wohlsifer will face Pam Bondi and the Democratic primary winner, George Sheldson or Perry Thurston in the November general election.

U.S. Representative, District 22: Andrea Leigh McGee, Republican. McGee will face fellow Republicans Paul Spain and David Wagie in the Republican primary this coming August. The winner of the primary will face Democrat Lois Frankel in the November general election.

County Commissioner, District 4: Steven Abrams faces Andy O'Brien in the November general election.

County Commissioner, District 6: Andrew Schaller will face Michelle Santamaria and the Democratic primary winner in the November general election.

Palm Beach Soil & Water Conservation District, Group 1: Marc Tancer is unopposed and by default has won this seat. He is chairman of the Libertarian Party of Palm Beach County.

Palm Beach Soil & Water Conservation District, Group 3: Richard Suverison is unopposed and by default has won this seat.

Palm Beach Soil & Water Conservation District, Group 5: Karl Dickey will face Eva Webb in the November general election.

Port of Palm Beach, District 4: Blair Ciklin, Democrat is unopposed and by default has won this seat.

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