Newly elected Florida Libertarian endorses Augustus Invictus for U.S. Senate

Libertarian Councilman-elect Keon Antonio Grayson garnished a win for Libertarians in a Special Election for Community Council in Miami-Dade last month. Today, July 12, 2016, Grayson announced his endorsement of Libertarian Party U.S. Senate candidate Augustus Invictus who is running against fellow Libertarian Paul Stanton in the Libertarian Party of Florida primary on August 30, 2016. Grayson, who is a Navy Veteran, said when he saw the attacks being made on Libertarian Augustus Invictus, Candidate for U.S. Senate, he endeavored to see if those attacks were justified.
Grayson spoke about the controversy surrounding Invictus with the Libertarian Party of Florida. “They were not justified,” he said, “Entities and factions can disagree, but to cause uproar over personal instead of political differences is wrong.” Grayson said he wants the Libertarian Party to know that Invictus is not the villain his detractors have made him out to be.
“Augustus is well educated, well spoken, and polished,” he said. “He is a gentlemen and a scholar.”
Grayson, who is a full-time student at Nova Southeastern University, urges all Florida Libertarians to vote for Augustus Invictus for U.S. Senate on Primary Day, Aug. 30, 2016, and again on Election Day, Nov. 8, 2016.
“It is a great honor to have the endorsement of Mr. Grayson,” said Augustus Invictus. “Libertarianism is very much a ground-up movement of the people, and elected officials like Councilman-elect Grayson are the true leaders of this groundswell.”
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Augustus Invictus is running for U.S. Senate in the state of Florida as a Libertarian. Photo Credit: Invictus for Senate
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