Palm Beach Libertarians gather in Lake Worth for concert to support presidential candidate Gary Johnson

Lake Worth, Fla — This evening, September 25, 2016, Libertarians will gather at the third-party-partyPropaganda Bar in Lake Worth, Florida for the “3rd Party Party: Gary Johnson Edition.” The concert is the second of three that bar owner Jon Jordan has planned in order for area residents to be exposed to more than just the Republican and Democrat party’s presidential nominees. His first concert was in honor of Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein late last month and will conclude with what Jordan is calling “Party #3: Unify the Party.”

Tonight’s concert will include three bands and several speakers. Speakers include Phil Blumel from U.S. Term Limits, Paul Stanton who is the Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate in Florida, Marc Tancer who is an At-Large Director for the Libertarian Party of Florida and an elected Supervisor of the Palm Beach County Soil & Water Conservation District, Alex Berry who is an At-Large Director for the Libertarian Party of Palm Beach County, Matthew Bymaster who is a candidate for Palm Beach County Soil & Water Conservation District and most notably received publicity for paying a $150 parking fine in pennies, and Karl Dickey who is the Regional Representative for the Libertarian Party of Florida and also a candidate for the Palm Beach County Soil & Water Conservation District.

Gary Johnson is working to raise awareness so he qualifies to be in the second and third presidential debates. He did not qualify for tomorrow evening’s presidential debate because his poll numbers came in just shy of the 15 percent criteria needed.

 

 

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