Jason Pye is a writer from Atlanta, Georgia. From 2008 to 2010, Jason served as Legislative Director for the Libertarian Party of Georgia, promoting issues that advance limited government, individual liberty, and free markets. In 2007 and 2008, he served on the board of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Georgia, a group that advances the libertarian philosophy inside the Republican Party.
Jason has been featured in stories for traditional media outlets, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, WSB-TV, and Fox News. He has done numerous radio interviews on state and national politics. He has also contributed commentary to The Hill, The Daily Caller, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, and the R Street Institute.
In 2010, Jason was a finalist for the Atlanta Press Club Award of Excellence in “Online/Multimedia” for his work following Georgia politics and the state legislature at PeachPundit.com, the state’s most widely read political website.
He was one of several political bloggers recognized by the Georgia House of Representatives (H.R. 1924, 2010 session) for the role he plays in keeping the citizens of the state informed.
Since 2009, Jason has served as the editor of United Liberty, a blog that promotes the principles of individual liberty and limited government and offers commentary on national politics and elections from a libertarian perspective.