Monday, January 29, 2007

Libertarian for President

Below is a Press Release from Christine Smith. Christine Smith is running for the Libertarian Presidential nomination in 2008. Please take the time to check her website out!

I would like to introduce myself to Indiana Libertarians.

As Libertarian candidate for president, I am interested in hearing from you regarding the federal issues which concern you most. I am receptive to listening to your ideas as well as constructive criticism. I am also very interested in learning more about the Indiana LP and your individual county chapters, and invite Indiana Libertarians to contact me.

Thus, I invite you to my campaign website:

I look forward to hearing from you...talking with you...and hopefully meeting many of you during my campaign travel.

Christine Smith

Paid for by Christine Smith for President

15400 W. 64th Ave., E9-105
Arvada, Colorado 80007
(303) 532-4185

1 comment:

Mike Kole said...

She really needs a better website. You can't run for President of the United States with a pixelated photograph on the main page. That is good enough for Township Assessor, perhaps.

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