ATLANTA - Chase Oliver says that the growing network of surveillance cameras is making Savannah feel like a modern 1984, and he will join a protest Saturday against this government intrusion.
“I’m looking forward to joining Libertarians this weekend in Savannah for the Banish Big Brother pub crawl. Raising awareness around government invasions of privacy is the first step towards rolling back these abuses,” says Oliver, 38, Rolling Stone’s “Most Influential Libertarian” and Libertarian presidential hopeful. “Our Constitution clearly states the limitations on government invasion of privacy and its time we have a president who will roll back these excesses and keep government in check. I will be that choice in 2024.”
Combining his passion for activism at campaign stops and appearances, Oliver will join the pub crawl protest sponsored by Oliver’s state party, the Libertarian Party of Georgia. Oliver also will meet voters on Friday in Savannah.
Those attending the pub crawl protest are asked to wear hats, masks, sunglasses, and other techniques that may foil the accuracy of surveillance cameras.
BANISH BIG BROTHER PROTEST AND PUB CRAWL
Pub crawl stops:
Moon River Brewing Company beer garden
21 W. Bay St., Savannah, GA 31401 Speakeasy in the American Prohibition Museum in the City Market
209 W. Julian St., Savannah, GA 31401
Savannah Smiles Dueling Pianos
314 Williamson St, Savannah, GA 31401
Saturday, Sept. 30 from 7-11 p.m.
Hosted by Libertarian Party of Georgia
Highlights of the campaign so far:
Oliver became the first third-party presidential candidate invited to speak at the Iowa Political Soapbox at the Iowa State Fair.
Oliver spoke at two panel discussions at FreedomFest in Memphis.
As Georgia’s first openly gay Senate candidate, he spent June marching and meeting with many people at Pride events in Chicago, Atlanta, and Kansas City.
Between those appearances, he joined the fight to stop the divisive and unpopular Cop City project in his hometown of Atlanta.
Oliver’s national attention grew following his debate with incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock and an empty podium set aside for opponent Herschel Walker. Oliver garnered over 80,000 votes and forced a runoff between the Republican and Democratic candidates.
Broadcast coverage includes PBS, CNN, Fox Business, and CSPAN. Print coverage includes The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, and Rolling Stone, which labels him the “Most Influential Libertarian.”
Oliver is available for media interviews, including for university journalism and communications students.
To learn more about Chase Oliver, visit votechaseoliver.com.