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Libertarian Candidate Snitker to Deliver Save America Foundation Keynote


On Tuesday next week, the Libertarian candidate for Senate in Florida, Alexander Snitker, will be the keynote speaker at the "Save America" monthly public forum event in Clearwater, Florida.

Snitker is slated to speak near the end of the first hour, on several issues, including what he says is the broken two party system, his Senate run, and his political platform.

The Save America Foundation is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization dedicated to restoring the Constitution to it's rightful place in American society and safeguarding American liberties.

According to their website, "The Save America Foundation supports Tea Parties, 912 Groups, and other conservative organizations through public education, organization, fundraising, and marketing."

Save America's monthly public forums are designed to better teach the public about the Constitution and their rights under it, and provide speakers to talk on the subject.

When asked by the Save America Foundation why he is running for Senate, Snitker said, "Like most of you I have watched politics lately and realized that there are few politicians that are listening to the people."

Snitker says he will be different; directly accountable to his constituents. Attending events such as the Save America Foundation forums, to allow the people to listen to the candidate and hear his platform, and become more informed about the voting process and our Constitutional form of government.

Snitker is the first Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate in Florida history. He is married with a young son and is an eight-year veteran of the Marine Corps, and a dedicated defender of the Constitution.

To see more on Snitker's campaign platform, including why he supports the implementation of the FairTax, see his official campaign website at

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