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Libertarians Wyllie and Overby attending Friday's Safety Harbor Street Fair

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Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Adrian Wyllie and Libertarian Congressional Candidate (Florida – District 13) Lucas Overby in the district's March 11 Special Election will attend the Safety Harbor Third Friday Street Fair this Friday, Feb. 21, along Main Street in Safety Harbor, Fla. Both Wyllie and Overby will meet with fair attendees at the Libertarian Party of Pinellas County (LPPC) tent at the Safety Harbor Fair.

February marks the third consecutive month the LPPC has participated in the fair, which has provided Pinellas County residents the opportunity to meet the Libertarian Candidates, and has also attracted a number of new members to the affiliate. In addition to Wyllie and Overby, Libertarian Candidate for Florida Senate District 20 Tony Caso, and Libertarian Candidate for Florida House District 69 will also attend fair to meet and greet Pinellas County voters.

All four of the candidates will visit with voters, ask questions, and address the concerns affecting local residents between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Friday. Please visit the Facebook event page for additional information about the LPPC's participation in the Safety Harbor Third Friday Street Fair, and to R.S.V.P. for the festival. For more details about the Libertarian Party of Pinellas County (LPPC), please visit the affiliate's Facebook page.

For more information on Adrian Wyllie, Florida's Libertarian Candidate for Governor in 2014, please visit his campaign website and Facebook page. For additional details about Lucas Overby, the Libertarian Candidate for Florida District 13 in the March 11 Special Election, please visit his campaign website and Facebook page.

To learn more about Tony Caso, the Libertarian Candidate for Florida Senate District 20, please visit his website and Facebook page. For more details about Randy Taylor, the Libertarian Candidate for Florida House District 69, please visit his website and Facebook page.

To learn more about the Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF), please visit the organization's website and Facebook page. The LPF is the fastest growing political party in Florida, and joining the organization is free. Of course, the website also accepts donations, either as a one-time or on a recurring basis, so feel free to join and donate to the LPF, and help make Florida a freer and even greater state.

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