Libertarians Working For You show, with Mark Miller and Rich Purtell

ImageThe 1/13/16 episode of Libertarians Working For You hosted by Arvin Vohra is now available online, with guests Mark Miller, who is running for Railroad Commissioner for the Texas LP, and Rich Purtell, who is running for the State Senate 52nd district in New York.

U.S. Supreme Court Won’t Hear Libertarian Case over Discriminatory Voter Registration Forms

From Ballot Access News:

On January 11, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Arizona Libertarian Party v Bennett, 15-598.

The lower courts had upheld the Arizona law that says only the names of the two largest parties should be printed on voter registration forms.

Exclusive interview: Gary Johnson calls 2016 a "tipping point"

Governer Gary Johnson (candid photo)
Governor Gary Johnson

Libertarians Working For You show, with Bobby Hoyt

ImageThe 1/6/16 episode of Libertarians Working For You hosted by Arvin Vohra is now available online, with guest Bobby Hoyt, treasurer of the Ascencion Parish group of the Louisiana LP.

Click here to listen.

LP Political Director Carla Howell discusses Oregon protest on RT TV

Carla Howell interview RT TV 1-4-2016 screen shot - web resCarla Howell being interviewed on
RT International (RT TV). 1/4/16

Michigan repeals straight-ticket device

The state of Michigan has eliminated the straight-ticket device, as the Governor signed bill SB 13 on January 5. The legislature had passed the bill in December.

Straight-ticket devices allow voters to vote for all of the candidates of one party with a single mark at the top of the ballot.

Gov. Gary Johnson Announces 2016 Candidacy For President on Cavuto

Two-term New Mexico Governor to seek Libertarian Nomination

This press release was issued on Jan. 6, 2016 by the Gary Johnson 2016 presidential campaign (web site:

Vermont LP on the ballot for 2016

The Vermont Libertarian Party is officially on the ballot for 2016, as it successfully organized in 10 towns recently.

To be a recognized party in Vermont, a political party must organize in at least 10 towns between September and December in the year preceding a general election, or one of its statewide candidates must get at least 5% in a general election.

Click here to read the press release.


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