|Name||Cecil Anthony Ince|
|Previous Name||01/01/2000 - 01/01/2006 Christopher Davis|
Irving, Texas , United States
|| December 29, 1975
Aug 26, 2010 05:00pm
|Info||Cecil Anthony Ince is a libertarian candidate, born in Fort Worth, Texas. Ince, a father of a child with autism, has devoted himself to advocating for families rights and protecting the unity of families. |
Ince has been a member of the Libertarian party since 1995; he is a resident of Irving and an ordained minister. Ince is a self-proclaimed Jeffersonian when it comes to his political position. Ince will be graduating from K.D. Studio Actors Conservatory of Dallas in May 2010 with an associate's degree in performing arts.
In 2009, Cecil was appointed to the Dallas County Libertarian Party's Executive Committee 4th District Seat.
Cecil Anthony Ince (also known as Christopher Davis) was the Libertarian candidate for Missouri Secretary of State. He received 51,963 votes. He ran under the name Christopher Davis.
In 2002, he was the Libertarian candidate for the Missouri 137th District. He received 190 votes.
In 2006 he announced he was planning to run in the State Representative race in District 23 (Columbia, MO). He withdrew from the race before he even filed for office. He announced himself as a Republican candidate.
He changed his name from Cecil Anthony Ince to Christopher Anthony Davis in 2000. Then due to “state document matching requirements”, he changed his name back to Cecil Anthony Ince in order to renew his driver's license.
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So in summary...a "true" Democrat is basically someone who believes pretty much exactly what you, a Libertarian, espouse and all of the rest are Socialists who don't want you to know they're Socialists, and if you accuse them of being Socialists and they get irritated it's because they really are Socialists?
|D:38||DFWDem ( 534.9620 points)
Wed, February 24, 2010 02:10:22 AM UTC0:00
I really do appreciate you taking the time to answer my question.
Correction, I am a Jeffersonian my platform differs from many Libertarians on a few issues. The only political party established today that closely aligns with my platform is the Libertarian Party. Or I could caucus, in the Republican Party there is the Republican Liberty Caucus and in the Democrat Party there is the Democratic Freedom Caucus. My allegiance is to stay true to my principles, so I am running as a Libertarian. |
And yes, the Libertarian Party of today is based on both the Democratic Party of 1812 and the Democratic-Republican Party of 1792.
The truth is in our history.