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Libertarian US Senate Results

Below are the General Election results for the 2012 Libertarian US Senate candidates. In light of the overwhelming volume of free media granted the Democrats and Republicans in these races, coupled with the media and others excluding Libertarian candidates from some or all of the debates, these are exceptionally good results:

    Dan Cox (MT) 31,476 votes - 6.5% - high impact: more than margin of victory for Democrat over Republican
    Jonathan Dine (MO) 164,990 votes - 6.1%
    Andrew Horning (IN) 143,790 votes - 5.8% - high impact: more than margin of victory for Democrat over Republican
    Mark Victor (AZ) 85,080 votes - 4.3%- more than the margin of victory for Republican over Democrat
    John Jay Myers (TX) 161,473 votes - 2.1%
    Joseph Kexel (WI) 61,904 votes - 2.1% - retains ballot access for LP in Wisconsin
    Scotty Bowman (MI) 84,198 votes - 1.8% - retains ballot access for LP in Michigan
    Paul Passarelli (CT) 25,059 votes - 1.7% - allows LP to run a US Senate candidate in CT in 2016 without petitioning
    Rayburn Douglas Smith (PA) 93,500 votes - 1.7%
    Dean Ahmad (MD) 29,831 votes - 1.2% - highest vote total for a Libertarian ever in this race
    Shaun Crowell (TN) 20,913 votes - 0.9%
    Andrew Ian Dodge (ME) 6,313 votes - 0.9%
    Chris Edes (NY) 28,315 votes - 0.5%
    Ken Kaplan (NJ) 15,169 votes - 0.5%