Before heading back to the car with all of our gear the organizer asked me about my campaign. When I explained to her that I was a Libertarian and one of my main platform issues was getting corporate money out of politics, and that I wasn't accepting donations from corporations, her story quickly changed. She told me that, unlike every other politician, I was welcome to set up a table at their market and spend the entire day inside their gates and pass out as much material as I wanted. It was quite motivating to see how well our message was received. However, while we were given special favor to operate within the market that day, I decided not to accept the offer because that would go against the "level playing field" principle.
Liberty doesn't need special favors to win this election. As the rain fell, Cathy & I stayed outside
the market entrances and handed our material to the people of the 36th District, who were generally happy to hear from us. We'll receive our favors one educated voter at a time.