Tallahassee, FL, June 20, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Although the election isn’t being held until the beginning of November, two candidates in the Florida Attorney General’s race have already qualified to be placed on the ballot. The two candidates are incumbent Pam Bondi (R), and challenger Bill Wohlsifer (LPF). Historically there have not been Libertarian candidates who qualified for state cabinet positions. The fact that this occurred before the other announced candidates of major parties is big news for the Wohlsifer for Attorney General campaign.
“The Libertarian Party is on the rise. Liberty is rising. Grass root candidates are getting attention, and getting elected. This is a new revolution where career politicians are being replaced by career business people, educators, parents, and hardworking advocates for property rights, individual rights, and national sovereignty. Our simple guide is the U.S. Constitution,” Mr. Wohlsifer was quoted as saying.
The fact that Mr. Wohlsifer is one of the two candidates who have already qualified for the upcoming election raises hope in the campaign that he will be included in more of the polls taken by third party pollsters. “Right now I see it at a two way race, even though I don’t expect it to stay that way. I’d like to know who the polls predict winning between the two candidates who are officially running right now,” Pinellas County voter, Matt Wright, was quoted as saying.
Bill Wohlsifer for Florida Attorney General
1100 East Park Ave Ste B
Tallahassee FL 32301