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ATLANTA - Chase Oliver is presenting Texas voters with a real choice, particularly for those who do not identify with either Republicans or Democrats.

“Ballot-access hurdles harm our democratic process, and by extension, leave our Republic controlled by two authoritarian parties.” says Oliver, 38, Rolling Stone’s “Most Influential Libertarian” and Libertarian presidential hopeful.

Oliver will make his Texas Swing on Friday through Sunday (Dec. 8-10), visiting Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston. Oliver will stop in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Thursday, Dec. 7, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Monday, Dec. 11.



Happy Hippie Brewing Co.

500 Lockwood Dr Richardson TX 75080

Friday, Dec. 8, at 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Sponsor: Libertarian Party of Dallas

The Bearded Lady

1480 W Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104-4231, United States

Saturday, Dec. 9, at 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Sponsor: Libertarian Party of Tarrant County

El Arroyo

1624 West 5th Street Austin, TX 78703

Saturday, Dec. 9, at 5:30-8 p.m.

Holiday party

Sponsor: Libertarian Party of Travis County

Chicken N Pickle

5215 UTSA Boulevard, San Antonio, TX 78249

Sunday, Dec. 10, at 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Liberty brunch

Sponsor: Libertarian Party of Bexar County

Crown Plaza Houston Galleria area

7611 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77024

Sunday, Dec .10, at 5-7 p.m.

Also attending: Derrick Bronz, Houston mayor candidate, filmmaker, and activist; and Sarah Stogner, candidate for the Libertarian Party of Texas nomination for Texas Railroad Commissioner

Sponsor: Libertarian Party of Harris County

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.

  • Oliver joined the fight to stop the divisive and unpopular Cop City project in his hometown of Atlanta; joined protests against inhumane tactics that city government used against the homeless in Columbia, South Carolina; and has worked alongside activists in his tour across the country.

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

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