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Libertarian to challenge U.S. Rep. Nunnelee

By   /   February 24, 2014  /   Comments Off

Nunnelee, a 55-year-old Republican from Tupelo, can expect the same opponent from two years ago who described the congressman’s voting record as liberal on federal spending and mushy toward decreasing the size of government.

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The Daily Journal

Bedwell-DannyTUPELO – Voters in Northeast Mississippi’s 1st Congressional District now have another option in the general election besides two-term incumbent Alan Nunnelee.

Nunnelee, a 55-year-old Republican from Tupelo, can expect the same opponent from two years ago who described the congressman’s voting record as liberal on federal spending and mushy toward decreasing the size of government.

Libertarian candidate Danny Bedwell of Columbus will mount another long-shot campaign to win the Nov. 4 election.

No other candidates have announced intentions to seek the congressional seat that covers 22 counties. The deadline to file qualifying papers to join the race is 5 p.m. March 1. The party primary is June 3 and the general election Nov. 4.

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Alexander Snitker is a United States Marine veteran and the first Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate from the State of Florida. Currently he is the Co-host of the Liberty Underground Radio show, Vice Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida and President of the Liberty First Network.

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