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Pasadena libertarian activist Ted Brown plans to run for chair of the California Libertarian Party at the upcoming state convention in May.Kevin Takenaga, who's been chair since May of 2007, will likely run for yet another term. But after eight years, he's been in there long enough. Show More Summary
Cases of physical abuse at an unofficial police interrogation site in Chicago should hit the headlines in US media, Libertarian party Chairman Nicholas Sarwark told Sputnik.
Chuck Donovan, the Libertarian Party of Georgia’s 2010 nominee for United States Senate, passed away on Wednesday, according to his wife, Claudia: It is with great sadness that I let you know that Chuck passed away peacefully Wednesday night surrounded by family. Show More Summary
In September, David Leyonhjelm was elected to the Australian senate as a member of the Liberal Democratic Party, a libertarian party founded in 2001. In August, reason's Scott Shackford spoke with Leyonhjelm about compulsory voting, the campaign against him, and why he's able to say things that no other politician can. View this article.
Below, watch 2012 Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson interviewed briefly by Jeff4Justice, a gentleman who lives in his SUV, interviews celebrities and politicians alike, and advocates both about gay issues and for third-party candidate...Show More Summary
Conventional wisdom maintains hat Libertarian Party candidates tend to seal the most votes from Republicans. But in reality, the opposite is true. As A. Barton Hinkle observes, come election time, Republicans are the ones rying to siphon off libertarian voters with their opportunistic alk about economic freedom. Show More Summary
Some local victories, ballot-access guarantees, and some more statewide numbers of encouraging size, from the Libertarian Party's regularly-updated midterm election news page: John Monds, running for the Public Service Commission in Georgia,...Show More Summary
So went the overall assessment of Wes Benedict in a quick interview tonight. Benedict is currently executive director of the L.P.'s National Committee, and in my experience tends to be calm and measured in his assessment of L.P. possibilities,...Show More Summary
So, two Libertarian Party Senate candidates in prominent races beat the spread between their major-party opponents. In North Carolina, Libertarian Sean Haugh got 3.74 percent, with Republican Thom Tillis winning with 49 percent and Democrat...Show More Summary
Gleaned mostly from the Libertarian Party's own updating page of news of note from election night, herewith the governor races in which the L.P. is now breaking 2 percent. (There aren't many.): •Dan Feliciano of Vermont is very much beating the spread at 4.36 percent in a race currently un-called but with Democrat Peter Shumlin with a narrow lead. Show More Summary
Just a quick spotlight on non-Democrat/Republican Senate candidates who have managed to pull substantially more than one percent, so far, using RealClearPolitics' numbers: •For the Libertarian Party, the controversial Sean Haugh of South...Show More Summary
Well there's already good news on today's Election Day. The 2012 Libertarian Party candidate for president, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, has announced that he's running for the 2016 LP nomination. He directly addressed how his views differ from Sen. Show More Summary
From the hip-and-happening Meet the Press ("these third-party candidates, are going o be making a lot bigger of a difference come November 4th than we hought") to the staid old-fashioned Vice ("these political interlopers smell blood"),...Show More Summary
We’ve noted previously that Democratic North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan has a ough race for re-election against a Republican challenger and a potential Libertarian Party spoiler named Sean Haugh. The National Journal has a lengthy lookShow More Summary
Most of Sean Haugh's positions are pretty much what you would expect from a Libertarian Party candidate. Haugh, who's running for U.S. Senate in North Carolina, favors legalizing marijuana and opposes any restrictions on abortion. He says...Show More Summary
On Tuesday night's episode of The Independents, the beer-swilling, pot-smoking, election-complicating Libertarian Party Senate candidate in North Carolina Sean Haugh came on for a second time to talk about his candidacy: Townhall.com...Show More Summary
Why should libertarians vote for the Libertarian Party? The short answer is that "libertarian" is right there in the name. If that's good enough for you, thank you for your vote for our candidates, you can stop reading now. But if you're one...Show More Summary