Thursday, March 18, 2010

Meet Michael Frisbee, Candidate for the 13th Congressional District



Michael Frisbee (D-Douglasville) will challenge David Scott (D) for the 13th Congressional District in the July 20 Primary. Frisbee was runing as a independent, but switch to run as a Conservative Democrat (New Liberty Democrat).

Michael grew up in rural Pennsylvania, oldest of three, and son to a Construction Supervisor and Viet Nam Vet (Marine Corps) and a mother deeply involved in her community church. His parents instilled the character of hard work, personal responsibility, a respect for all life , and a deep appreciation for his Christian Faith.
Over the past 22 years, he has managed and owned a few businesses. He understands the difficulties that small business owners face in today's terrible economy. He also understands the plight of all American's trying to make ends meet when there are few jobs, and living costs are constantly growing.

He continued each election season as a volunteer for many Republican candidates until 1992, when he helped the 1992 effort to get Ross Perot on the Pennsylvania Ballot.

Ten yrs ago, he chose to work politically as a Conservative Independent. In 2004 he joined the Constitution Party and served a a Regional Director and then State Secretary for the North Carolina state affiliate, and then in 2006 after a move to Kentucky, served as their Second Congressional District Chairman.




Michael helped coordinate the End The Federal Reserve Rally in Atlanta, Georgia at the end of November 2008. It was after this event he chose to launch Constitutional Elections USA, a grass roots alliance of Conservative & Libertarian voters, movements, and parties whose main goal was to get Independent Candidates on the 2010 and 2012 Election Ballots across this nation. Michael belongs to the American Conservative Party.

Mike's platform consist of Job Creation & Education.

He has been endorsed by groups such as Can-Do Conservatives of America, a grassroots voice for disabled conservative Americans & RightMarch PAC.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Frisbee approached Republican candiates about dropping out of the race before he switched parties. http://honeycuttspeaks.com/2010/01/02/honeycutt-for-congress-2010/

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