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Two news programs will feature Adrian Wyllie within a week

Two news programs, one hosted by Sherry Smart and the other by Burnie Thompson, will feature Adrian Wyllie within the next week.
Two news programs, one hosted by Sherry Smart and the other by Burnie Thompson, will feature Adrian Wyllie within the next week.
Wyllie for Governor

Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Adrian Wyllie will serve as the featured guest on two news programs across Florida within the next week. On Thursday, March 27, Wyllie will make an appearance on Smart Talk – Election 2014 on American Statesman. Then on Monday, March 31 and Tuesday, April 1, Wyllie has been invited to appear on the Burnie Thompson TV Show.

Wyllie speaks on Sherry Smart’s Smart Talk program

On Thursday, March 27 at 7 p.m., Sherry Smart, host of Smart Talk – Election 2014 American Statesmen, has invited Adrian Wyllie to speak about his gubernatorial campaign, answer questions, and address comments. Interested individuals are encouraged to submit their inquiries to shrrysmrt@yahoo.com. Smart, a Conservative blogger and talk show host out of North Port, Fla., will broadcast this interview via podcast. Listeners can hear Smart's interview with Wyllie by clicking this link.

Wyllie featured on the Burnie Thompson Show

On Monday, March 31 and Tuesday, April 1, Adrian Wyllie will be the featured guest on the Burnie Thompson TV Show. Thompson is a reporter on WMBB, Channel 13 News in Panama City Florida. Wyllie’s interview with Thompson will begin at 5:30 central time on Monday, and 6:30 central time on Tuesday. Individuals interested in watching Thompson interview Wyllie can view the programs through Burnie Thompson’s You Tube Channel, located at this link.

Learn more about Adrian Wyllie and the LPF

To learn more about Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Adrian Wyllie, his 2014 Campaign for Governor Florida, and to get involved either as a volunteer or through monetary donations, please visit his campaign website and Facebook page. For more information about the Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF), please visit the party’s website and Facebook page.