Two Libertarian party candidates paying a visit to Michiana

NOW: Two Libertarian party candidates paying a visit to Michiana

SAINT JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. -- Indiana Gubernatorial candidate Donald Rainwater and Mike Ter Maat, the Libertarian candidate for Vice President of the United States, went out and met with voters at the Saint Joseph County 4-H Fair in South Bend July 4. 

Their focus, to encourage everyone to make their voices heard in Nov., no matter what side you are on.

"Happy Independence Day, stop wasting your vote, vote for the change that you want. Vote for your values," states Maat. "If you look at the Republican Party, and you don't believe that it's on the right track and represents your values, then don't vote for it. And the same thing with the Democratic Party. If you believe that we need change, you got to start voting for it."

"I think Hoosiers need to know that. Right now, our state government is really benefiting corporate America at the individual Hoosiers detriment," states Rainwater. "We need a government that represents individual Hoosiers and Hoosier households, and Hoosier family farms and Hoosier small businesses."

The Libertarian Party Presidental candidate is Chase Oliver, an openly gay 38-year-old from Atlanta Georgia, who champions gay rights, the legalization of marijuana nationally, and a much smaller federal government with lower taxes. 

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