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.
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.
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.
Libertarian Calen Fretts is getting unusual publicity in his race for Florida's first congressional district. He’s been mentioned in the New York Times and Bloomberg Magazine and featured in the Northwest Florida Daily News.
He was included in a recent televised debate which has been replaying across the district. "We got a lot of good feedback from the debate, and I think the winds are shifting in the right direction," he said.
The campaign of Michigan Libertarian Scotty Boman commissioned a poll by Gravis Marketing that shows he exceeded the 5% threshold traditionally required by sponsors to be included in the state’s U.S. Senate debates.
The poll puts Boman at 7% in a 3-way match-up with Democratic incumbent Debbie Stabenow at 48% and Republican and former Congressman Pete Hoekstra at 39%.
Libertarian Jeremy Walters of Fort Mill, South Carolina is the only partisan candidate on the ballot for State House District 26 due to a ruling by the state’s Supreme Court last May that knocked nearly 200 candidates across the state off the ballot, including the other four Libertarians running for the State House and his Republican opponent Raye Felder.
Felder will appear on the ballot because she re-filed as an independent and collected the required signatures to qualify.
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