Dearborn, MI – At their August 12th meeting the Libertarian Party of Wayne County confirmed that it will have more Wayne County Commissioner candidates on the 2020 General Election ballot than the Republican Party.
No balloted Republican are running for the 4th, 11th, 12th or 14th County Commissioner District seats. The lack of additional candidates running will make each of these districts two-person contests. Furthermore, in the general election, Wayne County voters in these districts will see both parties on the ballot: Libertarians and Democrats.
In light of the fact that the major parties are repelling members, by obsessing on partisan success at the expense of working families, libertarians are proud to announce that voters in these districts have a choice. So they have the chance to vote for change.
District 4 candidate Loel Gnadt observed,
Unintended consequences, of government intervention, are causing hardship for the people of Wayne County. The Libertarian Party is gaining members due to their common sense policy positions that streamline government and cause less hassles for the individual. We already have been reining in unnecessary regulations and taxes. Over 200 Libertarians, holding local and statewide offices across the nation, are leading the charge for change!
The Wayne County Commission Candidates
County Commissioner – District 4 – Loel Gnadt
County Commissioner – District 12 – Andrew Chadderdon
County Commissioner – District 14 – Wesley Crouse