Joe Magyer Joins TPW Team!

Georgia Libertarian, founder of The American Politic, and all-around good guy Joe Magyer is going to become a Contributing Writer for Third Party Watch. You may well remember Joe from his adventures at the LP National Convention in Portland earlier this year. If not, check out his reports by clicking here.

So everyone please give Joe a nice warm welcome! Hopefully this new help will keep Third Party Watch the best and freshest source for third party political news and opinion on the Internet.

In the next few weeks we might be inviting one or two more people to become contributing writers… so stay tuned for that as well!

12 Responses to “Joe Magyer Joins TPW Team!”

  1. Timothy West Says:

    Joe will be an excellent addition.

  2. Bill Wood Says:

    Joe, I enjoyed reading your reports from Portland. I look forward to reading your articles again.

    Bill Wood

  3. hldean Says:

    Joe Magyer Joins TPW Team!

    nice

  4. Mike N. Says:

    Congrats to both Joe and TPW!

  5. Joey Dauben Says:

    Watch Allen Hacker become a contributing writer :) That would be neat.

    Seriously though, Hacker will be the consultant on the national scale, but too bad he can’t branch out into libertarian Republican candidates.

    He’d be valuable if he were to broaden his services…

  6. Joey Dauben Says:

    Watch Allen Hacker become a contributing writer :) That would be neat.

    Seriously though, Hacker will be the consultant on the national scale, but too bad he can’t branch out into libertarian Republican candidates.

    He’d be valuable if he were to broaden his services…

  7. Stephen VanDyke Says:

    Congrats Joe, you showed some awesome journalistic talent in your coverage of the 2006 LP convention in Portland. I know libertarians tend to be very LP-centric in their coverage, so I’m looking forward to Austin adding some other party editors to the fray as well.

    Keep up the great work, TPW is becoming a regular read for me :)

  8. Otto Kerner Says:

    There’s a team?

  9. Stuart Richards Says:

    Way to go, Joe!

    I’ve been reading this blog for a long while and this is great news. It’ll broaden the coverage here.

  10. Mike N. Says:

    He’d be valuable if he were to broaden his services…

    Valuable to your opponent maybe.

  11. Joe Magyer Says:

    Thanks for the kind words everyone. I’m going to have an introductory post up for Austin in the very near term.

  12. Jackcjackson Says:

    Does this mean there are going to be new posts sometime?

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