"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"

"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"
aka "Miss Victory"

Sunday, January 20, 2008


Atlas!Liberty has announced its 12 scholarship winners. Four of them have ties to Indiana.

The scholarship is for the Campaign & Elections Politics Magazine annual seminar "The Art of Political Campaigning". The scholarship covers the registration fee, transportation to and from Washington, DC, hotel and some incidental travel expenses. It costs approximately $1500 to send each scholarship recipient to this Washington, D.C. program. Your gift to Atlas!Liberty will help send these outstanding Libertarians to Washington, D.C.

The four with ties to Indiana are:

Whitney Allen, Plainfield, Indiana. Senior business major at IUPUI. Hired by MTV as part of a special program the network is launching to cover politics through the 2008 presidential elections. Created web site for Libertarian Timothy Maguire for Indianapolis City-County Council At-Large in 2006.

Jaenelle Antas, Rochester, Minnesota, part-time employee with Libertarian Party of Indiana. Full-time student at IUPUI in Indianapolis. Plans to attend law school in Wisconsin. Volunteer co-coordinator Timothy Maguire for Council 2007.

Allison Maguire, Indianapolis, Indiana, administrative assistant, candidate for Libertarian office, At-Large City Council in 2007, key volunteer for Timothy Maguire campaign.

Timothy Maguire, Indianapolis, Indiana, financial planner and small business owner, candidate for Libertarian office, including At-Large City Council in 2007. His visible campaign was noticed in the Indianapolis community, and his vote totals more than doubled the party's municipal achievements from four years ago.

Last year, Atlas!Liberty sent Andy Wolf, the chair of the LaPorte County Libertarian Party, and Mark W. Rutherford, Immediate Past State Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Indiana, to this program.

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