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Libertarian Presidential Candidate
Daniel Imperato Visits Oklahoma (Sep 13, 2007)

Daniel Imperato whos seeking the presidential nomination from the Libertarian Party spoke last Thursday in Oklahoma City at a fundraiser for the group Oklahomans for Ballot Access Reform. Imperato said his thirty years of experience in global business planning and his high level personal relationships around the world make him well-suited to make a major push for the White House in 2008. He lamented, though, that Oklahomans would be unable to vote for him unless the state substantially changes its restrictions making it difficult for third party candidates to get on the ballot.

Oklahoma was the only state in the country where voters did not have the option of choosing a Libertarian candidate in the last Presidential election. OBAR will hold a press conference at the state capitol this Friday to announce the beginning of an initiative petition drive, asking voters to ease the ballot access laws.

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