FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Aug. 13, 2018
Contact: Marcos Miralles,
Chairman, Libertarian Party of Florida
Contact: Larry Goolsby,
Supervisor, Wakulla Soil and Water Conservation District
Wakulla, Fla. – William L. “Larry” Goolsby joins the growing ranks of Libertarian Party of Florida members elected to local offices following his appointment to the Wakulla Soil and Water Conservation District at their last meeting.
“Soil and Water really has a lot they can do,” Goolsby says. “I plan to do what I can to help the people of Wakulla County.”
Goolsby’s appointment means there are now 27 Libertarian Party members in public office. The latest was Courtney Omega, Coconut Grove Village Councilwoman, following her party change to the LPF last week.
Goolsby says he was approached to run for Soil and Water Supervisor by the LPF “First Step” team. First Step was originally begun in the Libertarian Party of Miami-Dade to place local LP members in public positions. The program was adopted by the LPF Executive Committee. There are now 42 candidates contending for offices ranging from local community councils to Florida Legislature.
Goolsby lives in Crawfordsville with his two children, Willow Nixon, 17, and Fallon Goolsby, 12. He is co-owner of Florida Legacy Advisors, an insurance agency that specializes in the retiree market.
– By J. Mark Barfield, Staff Writer
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