Perpetual Libertarian Party candidate and former chair of the Michigan L.P. Scott Boman says he was roughed up by campus cops--on a campus where he teaches!--just for photographing what he thinks were election law violations. Account...Show More Summary
The Washington, D.C., Libertarian Party gets the kind of detailed in-fighting reporting in Washington City Paper that third parties (and indeed even local and state branches of major parties) rarely get, with news about how a Party with...Show More Summary
Despite the strong presence of libertarians in the United States, the official Libertarian Party doesn't have particularly strong membership, and earlier this month the former chairman of the Libertarian Party of Nevada shared his thoughts...Show More Summary
By Maggie Thurber | for Ohio Watchdog LAWSUIT: The Libertarian Party of Ohio filed suit to block a law with new third party election requirements, calling it the Kasich Reelection Protection Act. The latest law imposing tougher requirements for third parties to get on the ballot in Ohio is either a necessary reform or an...
Robert Sarvis, a former tech entrepreneur and lawyer involved with the free-market think tank Mercatus, won a surprising amount of the vote as the Libertarian Party’s candidate in last week’s Virginia governor’s race—6.6 percent, or around 145,000 votes. Show More Summary
Libertarian Party /lp.org Originally posted on EDF Voices. Conventional wisdom says this Congress won't enact a policy that requires companies to pay for the carbon emissions they produce, and that's probably right. The politics are just too hard in 2013. Show More Summary
I'm still seeing conservatives and Republicans bitching and moaning that the Libertarian Party candidate in he Virginia governor's race, Robert Sarvis, somehow threw the election to the awful Democratic candidate, Terry McAuliffe. Fact is...Show More Summary
Wes Benedict, the longtime Texas Libertarian Party man and current executive director of the Libertarian National Committee, who founded the Libertarian Booster PAC, responds in a statement today to accusations floating around the right-wing...Show More Summary
Todd makes an interesting suggestion in light of Peter Ferrara’s assessment (in The Anti-Cuccinelli Axis) of the Cuccinelli campaign: The Libertarian Party should emulate the Conservative Part in New York, and offer to endorse the preferable of the Republican or Democratic candidate. Show More Summary
By now, some readers are familiar with the peculiar news that came out close to election day that the Libertarian Party candidate Robert Sarvis in Virginia was apparently been a stalking horse for supporters Democratic Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe to try to draw votes from Ken Cuccinelli. Show More Summary
My wife was doing some voting research in advance of tomorrow's sure-to-be-depressing election in New York City, and came upon this gem of a Libertarian Party candidates video: Reason on the doomed libertarianish Republican mayoral candidate Joe Lhota here.
A new Quinnipiac Poll about the governor's race in Virginia shows an immense tightening between Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli. And then there's the Libertarian Party's Robert Sarvis: The VirginiaShow More Summary
Robert C. Sarvis, the Libertarian Party's nominee for Virginia governor, had to submit 10,000 valid signatures just o get his name on next month's ballot. But if Sarvis manages to win at least 10% of the general election vote—a strong...Show More Summary
by John Kersey Recently, I wrote here about the potential impact of professionalism on UKIP. In response, Ian B pointed out the relevance of the concept of the Overton Window – the idea that the political spectrum consists of a … Continue reading ?
Ohio Senate session regarding Senate Bill 193 The Ohio Senate voted 22-11 this week to pass legislation that would set new rules for minor political parties in Ohio. The legislation, Senate Bill 193, would relax vote thresholds for minor...Show More Summary
Many have spoken out about the dangers of Obamacare – from Dr. Chauncey Crandall to the ACLJ… and now The Libertarian Party calls on members of the U.S. House and Senate to defund the program. “Incumbent politicians — especially Republicans...Show More Summary
David Davis This organisation, the Libertarian Alliance, doe not officially endorse any political party in the UK. Not even the Libertarian Party, whatever may have now become of that. However, libertarians consist of people, individuals, some of whom are really … Continue reading ?
Originally published on Think Progress. By Kiley Kroh. In a surprising move, Wisconsin’s Libertarian Party is endorsing a proposal to allow the state’s electricity customers lease solar panels and other small renewable energy generators. Show More Summary
The Wisconsin Libertarian Party endorsed a clean energy group’s proposal to let customers lease solar panels.