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Libertarian Party of Georgia
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Jason Pye is a blogger and writer from Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2008, Jason served as the campaign blogger for former Congressman Bob Barr's presidential campaign. He has served as Legislative Director for the Libertarian Party of Georgia, promoting issues that advance limited government, individual liberty and free markets. He has also served on the board of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Georgia, a group that advances the libertarian philosophy.
Jason has been featured in stories in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Fox News, Creative Loafing, Washington Independent, Georgia Public Broadcasting and WSB-TV and has done numerous radio interviews on state and national politics. He has also contributed commentary for the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, a free market think tank based in Atlanta, which has been published in newspapers across the state.
In 2010, Jason was a finalist for an Atlanta Press Club Award of Excellence for his work following Georgia politics and the state legislature at Peach Pundit and was one of several Georgia bloggers recognized by the Georgia House of Representatives for the part he plays keeping the citizens of the state informed.
In his free time, Jason enjoys watching sports, grilling out, playing music and spending time with his wife, Amanda, and two dogs, Reagan and Icarus.
You can catch most of Jason's blogging on national politics over at United Liberty, where he has served as editor since June 2009. You can also catch him at Peach Pundit.