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Arizona "Top Two" Initiative Goes DOWN!!

Arizona voters soundly rejected the state's Prop 121 initiative which would exclude all but the top two vote-getters in the primary of state elections from the general election. No votes outnumbered Yes votes by two to one.

Similar initiatives that passed in prior election years in Washington, Louisiana and California have been destructive to the LP in those states. In some cases, it has resulted in allowing only one party's candidates to be on the general election ballot.

Governor Gary Johnson Wins Highest Vote Total Ever for Libertarian for President

With 97% of precincts reporting, Gov. Gary Johnson for President won 1,140,804 votes for the Libertarian ticket, breaking the 32-year record held by Ed Clark, who won 921,128 votes (1.06%) in 1980.

Your Vote for Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson is a Vote You’ll Never Regret

Today, please Vote for the Libertarian Presidential Ticket of Gov. Gary Johnson and Judge Jim Gray. Then vote for every other Libertarian Party candidate on your ballot.

“Vote Libertarian: It’s a Vote You’ll Never Regret.”

Why?

Because you are voting FOR liberty.

Because you are voting FOR what you want.

Because you are voting FOR your values, your principles, and your love: liberty.

Because your vote is the ONLY thing that makes a difference on Election Day.

5 Ways Your Libertarian Vote Will Help Change the World

By Mark Grannis, Libertarian for Congress, Maryland 8th, and author of Less We Can

Sooner or later, every Libertarian candidate hears:  “I really like your ideas, and I’d vote for you in a heartbeat if I thought you could win.  But—no offense—I don’t think you can.  And I’m afraid that voting for you will be taking a vote away from Smith, who may need it to beat Jones.  Smith is bad, but Jones is worse.

Washington Times: Libertarian Johnson could be key to who wins White House

From the Washington Times:

Monday, November 5, 2012

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson could be the key to who wins the White House on Tuesday. Who that ultimately helps or hurts remains to be seen.

"Whichever candidate I make lose, that would open a debate and a discussion over the two parties," he told reporters recently. "What really is the difference between the two? Not much at all."

Tuesday's results pose questions about the future of the self-branded "minimum government, maximum freedom" Libertarian Party.

Statewide Libertarian Vote Totals That Will Give LP Ballot Access

The LP can potentially save hundreds of thousands of dollars in 2014 and 2016 - and countless volunteer hours - if Gov. Gary Johnson, Libertarian for President, and down-ticket Libertarian candidates meet state requirements to achieve ballot access.

A lot is at stake this November for the Libertarian Party.

Vote totals will not only elect candidates and show areas of growth. The LP will automatically gain ballot access in 18 states by meeting thresholds set by each state's laws.

Myers Aims for Record Libertarian Votes in Texas U.S. Senate Race

John Jay Myers, Libertarian for U.S. Senate, won't defeat Republican Ted Cruz who, and according to a recent poll, has an 18 percent lead over the Democrat, former state representative Paul Sadler.

Third Party Presidential Debates Online: Sunday 7:30-9:00 p.m. and Monday 9:00-10:30 p.m. Eastern Time

Sunday, November 4th, 7:30 pm-9:30 pm E.S.T. (Note: we are no longer on daylight savings time)

Ralph Nader will moderate a debate between Libertarian Gov. Gary Johnson, independent Rocky Anderson, Constitution Party Virgil Goode, and Green Party Jill Stein. Although the room only holds an audience of 100 and is already filled with credentialed members of the media, anyone can watch on-line. Go to www.busboysandpoets.com and click on the video stream.

Monday, November 5th, 9:00 P.M..to 10:30 P.M. E.S.T.

Libertarian McKnight Contrasts His and Opponents’ Policies in NJ U.S. House Race

 

At a town hall meeting last January, Libertarian Patrick McKnight stood up to the incumbent congressman in New Jersey’s 7th district, Republican Leonard Lance, calling him out for his support of the sweeping, unaccountable government powers granted by the National Defense Authorization Act and the Patriot Act.

Tennessee U.S. Senate Candidate and Former Republican Finds True Fiscal Conservatism in LP

Libertarian Shaun Crowell, who raised over $30,000 for his U.S. Senate campaign in Tennessee, says he is getting looks from Democratic, Republican and Independent voters. The Democratic Party is not actively supporting their candidate, Mark Clayton, due to his socially conservative views. Other voters take interest in Crowell’s bold proposals to downsize the federal government.

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