Already, the work of Atlas Liberty to train libertarians to run and help win elections is paying off.
Andy Wolf, LaPorte County Libertarian Party Chairman, went with the Atlas Liberty contingent to the annual Campaign & Elections seminar The Art of Political Campaigning. Atlas Liberty paid for the seminar registration of almost $500.
Now he is using what he learned to help elect Libertarian Michael Lisak to the LaPorte City Council.
It is a two way race, and the incumbent Republican is not very popular. Statistically, the district is 60% Democrat, and Lisak is a former Democrat. So he’s focusing on Libertarian issues that resonate well with Democrats.
Also, Lisak does have former Libertarian Party of Indiana Executive Director Dan Drexler working with him and Lisak does have an organized campaign committee of many very good people who know what they are doing.
Lisak is also an active nonprofit volunteer in LaPorte, and known for it. So this looks promising. They are doing everything the experts say are needed to compete to win a political race.
They are currently $1100 away from raising their original goal for their campaign finance plan.
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