Gary Johnson to Visit Kalamazoo, 10/4/2014

Former Governor and Libertarian Presidential Candidate to speak at WMU

JohnsonFormer two term governor of New Mexico (1995-2003) and 2012 Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson, will be coming to Kalamazoo on October 4th to promote the local Libertarian Party and his Our America Initiative organization. The event is free to the public and will take place at WMU’s Fetzer Center in the Kirsch Auditorium on October 4th beginning at noon and concluding at 2pm. The event will also feature local and statewide Libertarian Candidates.

Gary Johnson, who received the most votes ever for a third party presidential candidate in 2012, is now the honorary chairman of Our American Initiative, whose aim is to restore liberty, personal responsibility and economic freedom as the true American values. To coexist as individuals who respect the rights and sanctity of all persons, to foster an environment that allows each person to pursue his or her individual dreams and happiness without the burdens of unneeded government restrictions.

“It’s exciting to have someone of his stature coming to Kalamazoo to promote the liberty movement, to help energize those in Kalamazoo and southwest Michigan who are tired of the two major parties that continue to grow government, infringe on our civil liberties and erode our freedom,” said Jason Brandenburg chairman of the Southwest Michigan Libertarian Party. “There is a generation who has had enough of Democrats and Republicans spending us into debt, overreaching in foreign affairs and telling us how to run our lives. The Libertarian Party is ready to take hold and make an impact not only in Kalamazoo but the rest of the state and country”

  • When: Saturday, October 4
  • Where: Fetzer Center – Kirsch Auditorium 2350 Business Ct, Kalamazoo, MI
  • Time: 12pm-2pm
  • Parking is free in the Fetzer Center parking lot

In Liberty,

Jason Brandenburg

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