Steve G.

Press Release: Jake Porter elected as LNC Region 6 Alternate

In Libertarian on May 31, 2008 at 12:01 am

I would like to thank all of my supporters for their assistance in this endeavor. I look forward to helping build the party as I serve on the Libertarian National Committee as an Alternate to Region 6.


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 27, 2008
media@jakeporter.org

PORTER BECOMES REGION 6 ALTERNATE

Denver, CO –On Saturday, May 24th Jake Porter was elected to the Libertarian National Committee as an Alternate to Region 6 which includes the following states: Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

Porter, 20, had originally intended on running for the Libertarian National Committee as an At-Large Representative, but decided against doing so after St. Joseph Missouri City Councilman; Mike Bozarth nominated him for the Region 6 Alternate position.

Porter formerly served as Chief of Staff to the George Phillies 2008 Presidential campaign and was as an At-Large Representative to the Libertarian Party of Iowa.

For more information on Jake Porter’s campaign, see:
  1. Congratulations and good luck.

  2. I was thrilled to hear this news last weekend. This is just a first step for Jake. The future is very bright.

    When he’s chairman some day, I hope he remembers us “little people”…haha.

    Best of luck Mr.Porter

  3. I shall first congratulate my good friend Jake Porter on his election to the Libertarian National Committee.

    I shall now hijack the thread to note that Austin Cassidy’s new blog, whose web interface is so fractious I cannot log into it, has posted a report on a Massachusetts Libertarian meeting last night. The report is from someone who was not at the meeting. The report bears absolutely no semblance to reality, down to not getting right the name of the group that met.

    The report’s author appears to be the same person who keeps circulating reports that I was attacked at the National Convention by an armed gunman.

    If I had been contacted as State Chair, I would have been happy to offer corrections–make that ‘suggest a total replacement for the report’. I wasn’t.

  4. What everyone else said.

    Regarding George’s hijack: I was at the meeting, and I will correct the report at IPR. Speaking of IPR, I still need a log-in to post there.

  5. Way to go Jake! It is early and my think’ cap ain’t on straight, but good work and regardless of what happens remember:
    Chin up and Straight Ahead.

    MHW

  6. […] committee” met and decided to put the Barr/Root ticket on the ballot. George Phillies has refuted this claim on Last Free Voice, saying there is no executive committee and no such meeting has taken place. […]

  7. How individual citizens got their vote back

    In 2008 a massive movement will be started by individuals
    who are fed up with the election process that exists in
    the United States.

    This is what will happen:

    The citizens in this group will start mailing out envelopes
    filled with small amounts of various powdered substances
    normally found around the house.

    These envelopes will be sent to the addresses available on
    the Internet for all the candidates that the persons
    are NOT in favor of.

    This is why:

    In 1991 an engineer, working in Boca Raton, Florida
    wrote an e-book about this different form of terrorist
    warfare (available Free on web site http://www.farviewu.biz).

    Ten years later, just after the 9-11 event another event
    occurred (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2001_anthrax_attacks).

    Based on this post 9-11 their envelopes will close up the
    candidates offices and possibly even the post office.
    It may even shut down the 2008 election.

    The individuals involved in the act will spend about
    50 cents (51 cents now) for each envelope mailed out. As long as
    they are careful to not leave finger prints on/in the envelopes or
    stamps and use bogus return addresses they will not be traceable.

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