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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Bruce Majors on Education, WPWC Thu 9 Oct 2014

Monday, October 27, 2014

Campaign calendar for October

October 18

Folger Park fair Libertarian booth

ll Safety Festival  
The 2nd Ward 6 Fall Safety Festival will be held on Saturday October 18th from 11am until 4pm.  Located at Folger Park (3rd & D St. SE), the event is sponsored by Celebrate Capitol Hill and ANC6B in conjunction with the Annual Brent School Fall Festival.  Safety Demonstrations, health screenings, light music, fire trucks and fun activities will be on hand for children, families and seniors alike with over 40 private and DC Government organizations. Proceed from the event will benefit the DC Burn Foundation and the DC Police Foundation. 
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October 19

City Council Chair debate with Libertarian Kyle Walker


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October 27
Bruce Majors on WHUR/The Daily Drum/Sirius radio

7:00 am

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Libertarian candidate booth at Folger Park Saturday

ll Safety Festival  
The 2nd Ward 6 Fall Safety Festival will be held on Saturday October 18th from 11am until 4pm.  Located at Folger Park (3rd & D St. SE), the event is sponsored by Celebrate Capitol Hill and ANC6B in conjunction with the Annual Brent School Fall Festival.  Safety Demonstrations, health screenings, light music, fire trucks and fun activities will be on hand for children, families and seniors alike with over 40 private and DC Government organizations. Proceed from the event will benefit the DC Burn Foundation and the DC Police Foundation.   Pranav Badhwar, Bruce Majors, Martin Moulton and other Libertarian candidates will attend

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Libertarian Bruce Majors opening statement at the Mayoral Debate at the Historic Sixth and I Synagogue

My opening statement at the Mayoral Debate at the Historic Sixth and I Synagogue on Sunday, September 28

Thank you all for coming today and to the Jewish Community Relations Council and the Sixth and I Synagogue for inviting us and hosting this event.

I am Bruce Majors and I am running for mayor so that you do not have to throw away your vote. I am running for Mayor as a Libertarian because I want to build a new political party in DC so we will no longer be plagued by the corruption and other problems that have resulted in part from our being a one party state.

I've lived in DC since 1980, where I've lived in 3 of the city's four quadrants (NW, SE and briefly NE), and in 4 of the city's Wards (Wards 2, 3, 4 and 6).

I've had a variety of jobs - technical editor, teaching English as a foreign language, event planning, renovating properties, and for about two decades, selling real estate.

I'd like your vote because voting for me is one of the few ways you can make your vote count, one of the few ways you can vote without throwing your vote away.

If you vote for frontrunner Muriel Bowser, according to the polls she is going to win anyway. Your vote really adds nothing to that and has no impact.

If you vote for David Catania, polls say he is down by almost 20% and cannot win.  He will retun to the private sector, at least for a couple of years, and your vote will have no impact.

If you vote for my friend Carol Schwartz, she will also, according to the polls, not win, and she will retire with her great legacy of public service, and your vote will have had no effect.

But if you vote for me, and any of the other 9 Libertarians running for office, you help a new party -- DC's fastest growing party -- stay on the ballot, and help make DC's political marketplace more competitive.

So I'm asking for your vote, even if you aren't particularly libertarian or libertarian-leaning. To learn more about our policy ideas, besides what Will Sommers mentioned in his introduction for me and what we will discuss here today, I invite you to check out our newly launched Majors for Mayor website, which we will be adding to daily. Or talk to me after the debate today.

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I was happy and surprised this provoked Schwartz to insist that she could win, as in past elections 200,000 DC voters have voted for her.  I was also happy this actually provoked Catania to attack me obliquely, for having elsewhere criticized his offering that DC taxpayers will pay for the healthcare of immigrants who come to DC, with no budgetary constraint or limit offered.

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