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Kentucky - Libertarian Party Candidates 2012

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Craig Astor

US House 2, Kentucky

Election Date: May 30, 2012

Location

KY

Web: http://craigastor.com/
Email: kyminuteman@msn.com
About the Candidate: 

Debt and spending, the economy, and our misguided foreign policy threaten the ability of our next generation to live a free and prosperous life. As the economy worsens, those that would have you believe that they have the answers instead play the "blame game". We need leaders that will hold true to their principles - the founding principles of Kentucky and America - and restore confidence in our people as a state and nation. Together, we can make America a better place.

I am called to run for office, at this crucial time in history, to preserve the American Dream. I believe in those hallowed words, “and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth” - words that still ring true today. With your support, we shall rise up and restore the liberty and prosperity of the people of these United States of America.

Harlen Compton

Hillview City Council, Kentucky

Election Date: May 30, 2012

Location

KY

Phone: 502-437-9466
Web: http://www.compton2012.com/
About the Candidate: 

Harlen's plans as a Hillview City Councilman are:

Smaller, More Efficient Government

  • Control spending, families are tightening their belts, government should too.
  • Fight tax increases, our citizens are strapped enough.

Support Our Local Businesses

  • Avoid more costly litigation against the city by dealing fairly with all businesses.
  • Stop red-tape and excessive regulation, our government needs to get out of the way of our local businesses.

Respect Personal Liberty & Privacy

  • Personal choices about things like alcohol, tobacco, and food belong to individuals, not to government.
  • We shouldn't need a permit to have a yard sale.