The Libertarian Party of Pinellas County (LPPC) hosted three Libertarian Candidates at its August Monthly Meetup, held Wednesday evening, Aug. 28, at the DATEX Office Complex in Clearwater, Fla.
Speaking the event were Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Adrian Wyllie, Libertarian Congressional Candidate Lucas Overby (Congressional District 13), and Libertarian State Senate Candidate Tony Caso (State Senate District 20).
Local party affiliate provides plenty of food for the function
LPPC Chair Richard Paulus provided plenty of food for the function, officially entitled as the LPPC Dinner with the Candidates and Monthly Meeting. The dinner portion of the meeting began around 6 p.m. Wednesday, with the speeches and question and answer portion of the event beginning around 7 p.m.
Each candidate for office took time to present his political platform to the group prior to taking questions from the audience. Wyllie’s “Intrastate Commerce Clause” proved to be a popular topic with everyone in attendance.
Wyllie's ‘Intrastate Commerce Clause’
The Intrastate Commerce Clause provides a plan to greatly expand the number of goods manufactured within Florida’s boundaries from start to finish, which works to ensure the buying and selling of the merchandise would take place without interference from the establishment politicians in D.C. looking to further the expansion of the overused and abused “Interstate Commerce Clause” contained within the U.S. Constitution.
Overby assured attendees he would assist with the implementation of this proposal from his congressional seat in Washington, D.C., while Caso pledged his support to Wyllie’s plan as he worked with the Florida legislature in Tallahassee.
Learn more about the LPPC and the Libertarian Candidates
For more information on the Libertarian Party of Pinellas County (LPPC), please visit the affiliate’s Facebook page. To learn more about the Adrian Wyllie for Governor Campaign, please visit Wyllie’s website and Facebook page.
For additional details about Lucas Overby’s Congressional Campaign, please check out his website and Facebook page. To find more information on Tony Caso’s State Senate Campaign, please visit his website and Facebook page.