Travis Irvine

Travis Irvine (Libertarian Party) ran for election for Governor of Ohio. In the governor race, Bexley native Travis Irvine ran as the pro-freedom alternative to career politicians. However, he lost in the general election on November 6, 2018. 

Travis Irvine earned a bachelor's degree from Ohio University and a master's from the Columbia School of Journalism. Irvine’s career experience includes working as:

  • Video Producer/Reporter, Information United States of America, Incorporated, 2008-present
  • Producer/Director/Founder, Overbites Pictures, Limited Liability Corporation, 2006-present
  • Teacher's Assistant, New York Film Academy, 2008-2010
  • Press Office, Senator Charles Schumer, 2008
  • Forfar Field Station Assistant, International Field Studies, 2006-2007

Travis believes that people are likely to promote peace sooner than governments. Indeed. In his opinion, governments had better get out of the way and let people make peace they long for.

He tries to challenge the two-party system as an inefficient model for the modern democracy, to show disenfranchised Democrats and Republicans that the Libertarian party is the most credible third party and that he has run for city government, worked in D.C. on The Hill, and traveled the country and the world as a journalist and filmmaker, is a good choice to be elected as a representative for the 12th District, as he also knows the area well from living and working here for over 20 years.

I would love to leave a legacy of a more free Ohio, a more fiscally responsible state government and a booming economy that can attract and keep millennials living in Ohio.

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