Oklahoma's Libertarians look to give voters another choice in '16 election

Red Dirt Report, an online Oklahoma news publication, ran an article last week on the Libertarian Party's petitioning effort in Oklahoma.

The last year that a Libertarian was on the ballot in the State of Oklahoma was 2000, when Harry Browne ran as a Libertarian against Republican George W. Bush and Democrat Al Gore. Ever since that election, the powers that be have decided that Oklahomans would be better off if they only had two choices on the Presidential ballot.

LP News September 2015 issue is now online

LP News Sept 2015 issue, front page (image) The September issue of LP News is ready to view online.

Libertarians Working For You show on tax cuts, with Michael Vogt, Andy Bakker, and Marty Swinney

ImageToday's episode (9/9/2015) of Libertarians Working For You hosted by Arvin Vohra is now available online, with guests:

Libertarians Working For You show, with Daniel Hayes, Gregory Todd Rice, and Damien Caillault

ImageToday's episode (9/2/2015) of Libertarians Working For You hosted by Arvin Vohra is now available online, with guests:

Union Leader sides with Libertarians in protest of NH court ruling

The Union Leader, the ​newspaper of record in New Hampshire, voiced its disapproval of a court ruling which struck down a Libertarian Party lawsuit against a new law restricting ballot access.

NH state silhouette "Live Free or Die"

Speaking opportunity for 2016 LP Presidential candidates

The North and South Dakota Libertarian Party convention will be held on Saturday, November 7 in Mandan, North Dakota.

Any 2016 Libertarian Party Presidential candidate, and anyone considering running for the LP Presidential nomination who attends the convention will be given a chance to address the group.

If you are a candidate or possible candidate for the 2016 LP Presidential nomination and would like to attend the convention, contact North Dakota LP chair Roland Riemers at or (701) 317-1803.

U.S. District Court Upholds New Hampshire Law that Makes it Illegal to Circulate Party Petition in Odd Years

ImageYesterday, a U.S. District Court judge upheld a 2014 New Hampshire law that makes it illegal for a group to circulate a petition in odd years to get itself on the ballot.

Libertarians Working For You show, with Carla Howell

ImageGuest Carla Howell, Political Director of the Libertarian National Committee, goes after the FDA in today's episode (8/26/2015) of “Libertarians Working For You,” hosted by Arvin Vohra,

Georgia Libertarian for governor featured in Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Doug Craig The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported today that Doug Craig, former Georgia LP state chair and member of the Libertarian National Committee, has declared his run for the open governor's seat in 2018. 

Although the election is still three years away, reported that "at least a half-dozen high-profile Republicans are contemplating a bid" to succeed Nathan Deal, the current term-limited governor. 

Feldman, Perry, Kerbel running for LP presidential nomination

Three candidates for the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination have announced their intention to run and have been attending state party conventions in 2015:


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