Supporting Liberty-Minded Candidates

& Building the Libertarian Party

Our America Pac

Supporting Liberty-Minded Candidates

& Building the Libertarian Party

Our America Pac
 

Help Us Build the Liberty Movement

Our America PAC’s goal is not only to help elect Libertarian candidates, but to build membership in the Libertarian party at both the state and national levels.
 
WINNING ELECTIONS begins with the success of the Libertarian party in each individual state. The members of those state parties select state and local candidates as well as the delegates who will decide which candidates will carry the Party’s banner at the national and presidential level.
 
There are many ways to promote a liberty agenda, but few are as direct and effective as joining and participating in your state’s Libertarian Party.
 
First if you haven’t, find your state Party, join — and PARTICIPATE. Make your voice heard, get a seat at the table, and help make Liberty a real factor at the ballot box and in the halls of government.
 
And Second, donate to Our America PAC, so that we can help advertise and market the expansion of membership in the Libertarian party through independent expenditure efforts.
 
Let’s build the Libertarian party and the Liberty movement together.

Honorary Board Members

We Are Fighting For Liberty!

Judge Jim Gray (ret)

Honorary Chair

Judge Jim Gray (Ret.) is a nationally known and respected author and speaker who has long advocated reform of the nation’s drug laws. A highly regarded jurist, Judge Gray served on California’s Orange County Superior Court from 1989 to 2010. He was also Gov. Gary Johnson 2012 Libertarian Party vice presidential nominee, outlining solutions in the well-received “A Voters Handbook”.

Brando Eaton

Honorary Board Member

Brando Eaton is an actor, entrepreneur, and philosophical activist. First introduced to Libertarianism by John Hospers (the first Libertarian Party presidential candidate, running in 1972), he began participating in events to support its underlining philosophical principles. Brando worked closely with 2016 presidential candidate Gary Johnson, doing speeches on the campaign trail, and hosting events to help promote the ideas of individual liberty.

Mark Hinkle

Honorary Board Member

Mark Hinckle has served on the Libertarian National Committee for over a Dozen Years, serving as LNC chair from 2010 to 2012. He also served six years as chair of the Libertarian party of California, and served on their executive committee for over 20 years. Mark has run for political office 8 times, both has a nonpartisan and partisan Libertarian candidate. Mark is a small business person in the South San Francisco, California Bay Area. He is married to his wife, Linda, and have one son, Logan.

Gil Robinson

Honorary Board Member

Gil Robinson is an internal medicine physician and a Life member of the Libertarian Party. He has served the LP in several capacities including Membership coordinator, Vice-Chair and Chair for his county, Texas Libertarian Party Executive Committee from 2014-2016. Gil has been the Director of the Texas chapter of Our America Initiative since 2014. In 2016, he served as the Texas Director of Volunteers for the Johnson/Weld campaign. He is on the board of the Texas Chapter of the American Academy of Physicians and Surgeons.

Chris Rufer

Honorary Board Member

Chris Rufer serves as Founder at The Morning Star Packing Company LP and as the President of California Fruit and Tomato Kitchens Company. The Morning Star company has has attracted attention for its libertarian philosophy of no supervisory management. Instead, workers are encouraged to innovate independently, define job responsibilities themselves, and even make equipment purchasing decisions in consultation with experts. A UCLA MBA, who started as a tomato truck driver more than 40 years ago, Chris has been instrumental in supporting and assisting numerous liberty causes across the country. He is a major supporter and contributor to Our America Initiative.

Mark Rutherford

Honorary Board Member

Mark Rutherford is a practicing attorney in the state of Indiana. He has served as the Chairman of the Libertarian National Campaign Committee, Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party (Libertarian National Committee) 2010-12. Past State Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Indiana, 2000-07. Member of Libertarian National Committee, 2001-06, 2010-12. Chairman of the Indiana Public Defender Commission. Mark is a shareholder in the law firm Thrasher Buschmann & Voelkel, P.C.

Advisory Council

Robert Clarke

Advisory Council

Robert Clarke is a political activist in the state of Pennsylvania. He has provided consulting services to numerous liberty-minded candidates, including the Johnson/Weld campaign in 2016. He is currently focusing on non-profit efforts, and is providing support to Our America Initiative and the Silenced Majority Project. He is the father to one son, Isaac.

Andy Craig

Advisory Council

A writer and political consultant in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Craig has twice been a candidate for public office: in 2014 for Wisconsin Secretary of State, and in 2016 for Congress in Wisconsin’s 4th district, where he received 11 percent of the vote as the Libertarian Party’s nominee. He also worked as the endorsements director on the presidential campaign of Gary Johnson and Bill Weld, and has served in a variety of roles in the Libertarian Party at the local, state, and national level.

Mohammad-Reza Khosh-Sirat

Advisory Council

Reza was born in Iran, raised in Kuwait, completed his undergraduate studies at McGill in Canada and is now a small business owner in Dallas. As a Libertarian national delegate for three terms since 2012, his political focus has been on coalition building. Given his background in Economics and Urban Systems, Reza’s current ambition is to build a bottom-up media team hierarchy in every major US city. Pooling resources, these teams would represent regional Libertarian candidates and their policies to the local media.

Dave Nalle

Advisory Council

Dave Nalle is National Director of the libertarian advocacy group Liberty First. He also serves on the boards of the Texas Liberty Foundation and the Coalition to Reduce Spending. He is past Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus. He has worked as Texas State Director for the Gary Johnson Presidential campaign, as an adviser to the Ted Cruz senatorial campaign and as Communications Director for the Travis County Republican Party. He has owned or been a partner in several businesses in the publishing industry and taught college-level history for 20 years. He has written and lectured extensively and his work has appeared in publications including The Washington Times, Liberty Magazine, Whole Earth, What’s Next, Renaissance Magazine and Blogcritics. He is known for his work as a typographer with his fonts appearing in many games, movies and on book covers. He has advanced degrees in History and English from the University of Texas.

Jo Ann Vaccarino

Advisory Council

Jo Vaccarino has spent over 30 years in graphic design, marketing, advertising and promotional programs.  She is an experienced activist for health freedom, private land preservation and sensible drug laws.  She created the original web and print media for the Fair Debates project for Our America Initiative and has enjoyed working with non-profits such as Our America Initiative, Downsize DC, National Hemp, Walden Woods Project and others.  She worked on promotional programs for Gary Johnson’s 2012 and 2016 Presidential campaigns and co-managed Bill Wohlsifer’s 2014 campaign for Attorney General which achieved excellent statewide exposure including televised debates.  She aspires to engage more women in the liberty movement and generate greater interest from everyday voters, who just want a better tomorrow.
 

About Our America PAC

Our America PAC’s fundamental purpose is to support candidates for elected office at all levels who will work toward less government and greater freedom within the Libertarian party.

There are many supporters of Libertarian party and the Liberty Movement who want to be involved, want to be a part of achieving results, but who are not today active in their support of candidates or of state and local Libertarian Parties. Now is your chance.

Your support will allow Our America PAC to help elect quality Libertarian candidates to public office. It will also help build the state and national Libertarian party. Our work will be done through independent expenditure efforts.

Join us and be a part of changing America….one elected office at a time.

Paid for by Our America PAC not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. www.ouramericapac.com