UPDATE: Fulton County Superior Court Sets Date for Amason Ballot Hearing


Atlanta, GA — August 21, 2014

The Fulton County Superior Court will hear the Jeff Amason and Amason for Liberty, Inc. ballot access case on Monday, August 25th at 10:00 AM. The Amason campaign has requested that the Court compel the Elections Office to place Jeff Amason’s name on the November ballot as the Libertarian candidate for the Georgia House of Representatives from District 21.

Although the Amason campaign successfully collected the required number of valid voter signatures to have Jeff Amason’s name placed on the ballot, the Director of Elections rejected the majority of petitions citing a conflict with the attestation by the corporate notary of Amason for Liberty, Inc. By rejecting these petitions, the Director of Elections failed to consider the broad authority granted to corporate notaries in Georgia by statute. In Georgia, corporate notaries can attest to virtually any document for the corporation, except for two exceptions which do not apply here.

“This issue of law has never been decided before and will be a matter of first impression before the Court. If the Court does not recognize the broad statutory authority for corporate notaries as in this case, precedent will be set that will critically weaken the corporate notary statute relied upon for almost a century in Georgia. All corporations in Georgia, including mortgage, financial institutions and banks will be severely impacted.” Jeff stated.

Amason continued: “We are very optimistic that the Court will find in our favor. The Court has a great opportunity to clarify its position and uphold the legislative intent for corporate notaries in Georgia. The voters in District 21 have asked for choice in November and I am happy to fight for their right. Once this case is behind us, I am looking forward to returning to the campaign trail and carrying the fight for freedom to the Georgia Legislature.”

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18 08, 2014

Cherokee County Speaker Series — Tuesday, August 19th 7:30pm

The Cherokee County Libertarian Party will host Libertarian U.S. Senate Candidate, Amanda Swafford, and Libertarian GA State House Candidate, Jeff Amason, Tuesday evening at 7:30 PM for the monthly Libertarian Speaker series. Please make plans to join us [...]

16 08, 2014

Two Pieces in the Cherokee Ledger-News This Week

First, an article about the campaign’s efforts to have Jeff Amason added to the ballot. We will continue to pursue every avenue available to allow the voters in Cherokee to have a choice of candidates in November.

Then, [...]

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