Pepper Snyder Named Libertarian Candidate for Indiana’s Third Congressional District

Pepper Snyder Named Libertarian Candidate for Indiana’s Third Congressional District

Huntington, IN – Huntington County resident Pepper Snyder will represent the Libertarian Party on Indiana’s Third Congressional District ballot in the fall. Pepper was picked by the Indiana Libertarian Party’s State Central Committee and has filed paperwork with the Federal Election Committee.

“I look forward to taking my message of individual liberty and fiscal responsibility to the voters of Indiana’s Third Congressional District,” Snyder said. “Too often candidates look to government to micromanage both society and the economy. I am the only candidate running in the Third Congressional District who wants government out of both our personal lives and our wallets,” added Snyder.

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