Tennessee Libertarians work for party recognition

Tennessee Libertarian candidates are trying to make sure they get listed on this November's ballot as "Libertarian," not "independent."

Historically, Libertarian candidates in Tennessee have been listed as independents on the ballot. A recent article in the Tennessee Daily News Journal talks about how hard it is to get listed with your party label in that state. Tennessee Libertarians have filed a federal lawsuit to overcome this restriction.

Illinois ballot access media coverage

The Chicago Sun-Times has recently provided some coverage of Libertarian ballot access efforts in Illinois.

On July 29, the Sun-Times published an article, "Libertarians work to stay on Illinois ballot."

Here is a quote:

Brian S. Lambrecht knew the signatures he collected to get the Libertarian Party on the Illinois ballot this fall would be challenged.

30,000 New Yorkers Support Libertarians on the Ballot

LP New York Chair Mark AxinnFrom the New York LP:

Albany, NY — The Libertarian Party of New York submitted over 30,000 signatures Tuesday to afford New Yorkers an alternative to the failed policies of the two major parties. 

Libertarian Umbehr for governor in Kansas polling at 9%

Libertarian Keen Umbehr for Governor in Kansas
Keen Umbehr

New Jersey Libertarians fight for fair ballot position

Patrick McKnight, LP New Jersey Chair
Patrick McKnight,

New Libertarian yard sign promotion!

Dear Libertarian,

Just in time for election season, we’re getting a great deal on some yard signs, and we’re offering them to you for $19.99 each! (Donate more and get huge discounts -- 6 for $59.99, or 20 for $149.99!)

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The signs are bright blue, gold and white, and say “Libertarian Party” on one side and “Vote Libertarian” on the other.

USA Today: Libertarian Patterson polling at 7% in high-profile Kentucky senate race

David Patterson for U.S. Senate Kentucky
David Patterson,
Kentucky LP candidate
for U.S. Senate

Another Libertarian is showing impressive poll numbers in a nationally-watched campaign this year, which could determine the balance of power in the U.S. Senate.


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