Hear from the candidates and staff directly
Liberty, Civility, and Election Reform.
Kentucky is a Freedom Loving state. Government has a tendency to add one regulation here and one law here that gradually erode our rights. Civility is even more important this year. Our opponents have spent much of the last four years yelling at each other. Ann and John both come from business and understand the how to work through problems respectfully to find common ground. Lastly, Instant run off voting is election reform we need.
How 3rd Parties Cause Change
Don't feel pressured to vote for Bevin or Beshear. If you vote for me and John Hick, that shows them that you are not happy with what they are doing and that you want change. They count votes and they will do what they have to do to get your vote back. If that means changing their policies to more libertarian values, they will. They need to change the way things are being done.
Why John Hicks
John explains his background and why he is the best choice to be our next governor.
Nothing to Lose
Ann Cormican explains why you have nothing to lose when rejecting the dilemma of the “lesser of two evils”.
Ann Cormican is a Libertarian Because
I am a Libertarian because although I grew up republican, I knew I didn't fit in. Ann believes that socially people should be able to do what they want when they want, so long as they are not hurting other people. While some people call this Liberal, it can also be tolerant, accepting, and Libertarian. However, Ann knows she is not a Democrat, as they think that government is the answer for everything. They take money out of our paycheck.
Stop Abuse of Sick and Suffering
Ann explains why the government overreach in regard to cannabis is abuse. It is time for legalization.
Liberty vs Arrogance
Both parties have the arrogance that they think they know what is right. To try to make others do what they think is right is not malicious, it's arrogance, and that is destructive. Robert sees destructive arrogance in Bevin, Beshear, Republicans, and Democrats.
Identifies all of the statewide offices for which Libertarians are running in November.
Before she goes into work at Toyota's assembly plant, Ann reminds us to vote for Hicks/Cormican on November 5th.
Here Ann's thoughts at 5AM, when she heads into work. We are real, working people in Kentucky that want to make it a better, more free state.
Your Invitation to Run with Us
When you go to the polls this fall, you are going to see 3 parties on the ballot this fall. Libertarians are a viable political party. We are going to be running in many races this fall. Please consider running for office as a Libertarian.
A Question for Kentucky Teachers
Ann loves the teachers at her daughter's school, but has genuine questions about the union leadership. Who are they? What kind of money do they make? What deals do they make? Why would they endorse the son of the man that fleeced your pensions?
Lawsuit to be on the Ballot
I had to file a lawsuit just to be able to be on the ballot. Voters just aren't getting good choices because Frankfurt is keeping Candidates off the ballot. By voting for Libertarians, you are sending a message to Frankfurt that they can't keep better candidates from you.
Choose Liberty Not Failure
If you vote for Matt Bevin, he has some rational ideas, but he wants to run your life. He does not want medical marijuana. If you vote for Beshear, he will promise you the moon, but he doesn't fund it. He underfunds it from the top and skims it from the bottom.