Alison Foxall qualifies for special election by petition in Florida

Alison Foxall
Alison Foxall

Alison Foxall became only the second Florida Libertarian to qualify for a special election by petition when her petitions were approved by the Board of Elections in September. Foxall is running for the state House of Representatives in the 72nd District, and the election will be held on Feb. 13.

Foxall had 400 signatures approved, above the minimum requirement of 305. Her Democrat challenger had 390 and the Republican had 409. Candidates can also qualify for the ballot by paying a filing fee. The last time a Florida Libertarian candidate qualified for a special election by petition was in 1998.

Foxall is holding a campaign launch on Saturday, Oct. 14, in Siesta Key, Fla. Join Foxall to kick off her campaign alongside her family, friends, supporters, and special guests like Randy Wiseman, Libertarian Party of Florida candidate for governor. Attendees can take a photo with Foxall and take home campaign literature to share with their friends. More information is available at Eventbrite.

Visit Alison Foxall’s campaign website,, to learn more about her campaign and policy positions.