The Payson Roundup published the following article on December 4, 2018. Read the full article here.
Claiming Gov. Doug Ducey acted illegally, the former chairman of the Arizona Libertarian Party has sued to give voters a say in who replaces John McCain — and soon.
Michael Kielsky acknowledges that the U.S. Constitution allows the governor to name an immediate replacement on the death or resignation of any sitting senator. But Kielsky, in a lawsuit filed here, contends that the governor is required to schedule a special election as soon as practicable to fill the post. And that, he said, means within six months. Read More.
Contact: Jeff Daniels 928-478-0010 firstname.lastname@example.org www.jd4az.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 18, 2018
PAYSON – Longtime Libertarian Party activist and party official Jeff Daniels today announced his candidacy for US House of Representatives, District 4. The district encompasses nearly one-fourth of the geographic territory of Arizona, including all or parts of the following counties: Gila, Pinal, Maricopa, Mohave, Yavapai and Yuma. Cities and towns in the 4th District include Black Canyon City, Bullhead City, Cordes Lakes, Dewey-Humboldt, Lake Havasu City, Kingman, Payson, Pine-Strawberry, Prescott, Quartzsite, Wickenburg and Yuma.
Daniels is a small business owner and a member of the Christopher Kohl’s Fire District board of directors. He is currently serving as Secretary of the Arizona Libertarian Party and Chairman of the Gila County Libertarian Party.
“I am running for the US House to help limit the federal government to its constitutionally-enumerated powers and to return all other matters to the States and We the People. I’m pretty sure the constitution already says all this, but somehow it’s been forgotten,” laments Daniels.
“Because of the election laws passed by Democrats and Republicans that favor those very same Democrats and Republicans, in order for me as a Libertarian just to get on the ballot in November, first I need to be included in the statewide primary election to be held on August 28th,” explains Daniels. “And in order to get on the primary ballot I need to get nominated through the onerous process of collecting petition signatures.”
NOTE: All registered Libertarian Party voters as well as independents and unaffiliated voters residing in District 4 can sign Daniels’ petition to get on the ballot, which can be done easily and quickly online at the Arizona Secretary of State’s website here: https://apps.azsos.gov/apps/election/eps/petition/VoterPetnAuth.aspx
“Even if you may not agree with some of my ideas and principles, will you agree with me that voters should have more than two establishment-approved choices at the ballot box? Please sign my petition at the Secretary of State’s website before the deadline of May 30th,” urges Daniels.
Media may contact Jeff Daniels for an interview or comment at 928-478-0010 or email@example.com.
For more information about Jeff Daniels’ campaign for US House District 4, please visit www.jd4az.org.
For more information about American’s third largest and fastest growing political party, the Libertarian Party, please visit www.azlp.org and www.lp.org.
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