Meet Our Candidates for Governor

Members of the Libertarian Party of Tennessee (LPTN) are taking drastic measures to show the public the absurdity of ballot access laws in the state. With 25 signatures required to run as a Republican, Democrat, or Independent, and 33,844 required to run as a 3rd Party, Libertarians across the state have decided to seek the office of Governor running on a shared platform: “make elections free and equal.”

Here are the individuals who have qualified as gubernatorial candidates:

Candidate: Heather Scott

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Roads, support recreational cannabis use and reduce the size and scope of state government.

Find Heather online at www.ElectHeatherScott.com

Candidate: Vinnie Vineyard (Funkmaster V)

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Ballot Access, Healthcare, and Cyber School

Find Vinnie online at www.BelieveInTheFUNK.com

Candidate: Sherry Clark

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address? 

Civil asset forfeiture abolition, cannabis legalization/decriminalization, and occupational licensure reform

Find Sherry on Facebook by clicking here.

Candidate: Gabriel Fancher

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Bail reform, Ballot access for minor parties, and betters schools/options for schooling

Candidate: Sean B. Fleming

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Marijuana law reform, tax reform, and healthcare reform

Candidate: Mike Toews

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Ballot Access, Legalize Marijuana, Cut Spending

Candidate: William A Helmstetter

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Ballot Access Reform, Criminal Justice Reform, and Taxation Reform

Candidate: Cory King

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Reducing taxes, marijuana legalization, Constitutional Carry, and Civil Asset Forfeiture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Candidate: Matthew Koch

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Ballot Access/Election Reform, Non-Violent Crime/Criminal Justice Reform, and Opioid Epidemic/Cannabis Legalization

Candidate: Alfred Shawn Rapoza

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Taxes, education, and Civil Liberties

Candidate: George Blackwell Smith IV

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Work on limiting all the taxes, and fees on citizens and business, personal freedom, impose term limits and get lobbyist out of Nashville so we can cut waste and find ways of funding projects other then saying “We haven’t had a tax increase in twenty years.” This would also include Court Justices.

Candidate: Jeremy Allen Stephenson

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

The state budget, Over-regulation, and Department restructuring

Candidate: Tracy Yaste Tisdale

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Corruption in the state government, inefficient use of resources, medical freedom


Candidate: Jaron Weidner

If elected into office, what are the top 3 issues you would like to address?

Ending corporate welfare, legalizing marijuana, and eliminate occupational licensing

 

Other candidates on the ballot who have not completed the survey:

  • Justin Cornett
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