Libertarian Candidates for Governor and U.S. Senate

From left, Libertarian candidates Mark Fish (U.S. Senate), Carolyn Clift (Governor), and Andrew Lee (Lt. Governor). (Photo by Josh Edge, APRN - Anchorage)
From left, Libertarian candidates Mark Fish (U.S. Senate), Carolyn Clift (Governor), and Andrew Lee (Lt. Governor). (Photo by Josh Edge, APRN – Anchorage)

Libertarians believe citizens should be free to engage in any activity that does not violate the rights of others. Their party wants government out of the way so people can pursue liberty and freedom. How would this translate to elected positions?

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HOST: Lori Townsend, Alaska Public Radio Network

GUESTS:

  • Carolyn Clift, Libertarian candidate for Governor
  • Mark Fish, Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate
  • Callers Statewide

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LIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.

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Lori Townsend is the News Director for Alaska Public Media. She has worked in print and broadcast journalism for nearly 30 years. Radio brought her to Alaska, where she worked as a broadcast trainer for Native fellowship students at Koahnic Broadcasting before accepting a reporting/host position with APRN in 2003. APRN merged with Alaska Public Media a year later. Through her freelance work, she has produced news and feature stories nationally and internationally for Independent Native News, National Native News, NPR , Pacifica, Monitor Radio, Radio Netherlands and AIROS. Townsend is the recipient of numerous awards for her work from the Alaska Press Club, the Native American Journalists Association and a gold and a silver reel award from the National Federation of Community Broadcasters.