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By Cade Fowler - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – The Libertarian candidate for lieutenant governor says you can send a strong message to the two big parties by voting Libertarian in this election.

Dan Barber campaigned in Albany Wednesday.

He says politicians misuse government, and our economic system punishes honest business people.

"The fight is to keep the third party out and the Republican and Democrats, they've got it wrapped up. We're angry because the representatives in those offices are voting and acting toward a larger and larger government.  If we want the economy to come back, if we want jobs to come back to Georgia, we have to get out of the way. The government has to get out of the way. Government doesn't create jobs," said Barber.

Barber lives in Buford and owns an auto repair business.

He's up against incumbent Republican Casey Cagle and Democrat Carol Porter.

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