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November 8, 2011 election updates

We'll be posting some results and commentary as results come in this evening and tomorrow. Keep checking back.

[November 10, 10:15 am ET]
Libertarian Roger Fritz was re-elected as mayor of Roland, Iowa as a write-in candidate.

[November 10, 9:37 am ET]
Libertarian Phil Miller got 42% of the vote in a partisan race for mayor of Greenfield, Indiana. (Running against a Republican.)

[1:57 pm ET]
Libertarian Mike Kane got 31% of the vote in a partisan race for Virginia House of Delegates. (Running against a Democrat.)

[11:35 am ET]
Libertarian Debbie O'Neal got 15.4% of the vote in a partisan race for mayor of Rushville, Indiana. (Running against a Republican and Democrat.)

[11:35 am ET]
Libertarian Rob Jozwiak got 13.7% of the vote in a partisan race for mayor of Anderson, Indiana. (Running against a Republican and Democrat.)

[10:55 am ET]
Libertarian Betsy Summers got 10.6% of the vote in a partisan race for mayor of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. (Running against a Republican and Democrat.)

[November 9, 9:22 am ET]
Libertarian Jerald Robertson won one of two seats on the Elmwood Place Village Council in Ohio. (All three candidates were write-ins.)

[November 9, 9:15 am ET]
Libertarian Joe Calfo was elected to the Wellington Exempted Village School Board in Ohio. He received more votes than any other candidate.

[10:12 pm ET]
With all precincts reporting, Libertarian Erik Viker was re-elected to the Selinsgrove Borough Council in Pennsylvania. (Viker appeared on the ballot as Democratic/Libertarian.)

[9:30 pm ET]
With 62% of precincts reporting, Libertarian Todd Grayson is winning one of four seats on the Perrysburg City Council in Ohio.

[9:23 pm ET]
With 85% of precincts reporting, Libertarian Glenn McGuire has 22% of the vote for Virginia House of Delegates, District 95.

[9:18 pm ET]
Libertarian Miccah Shepherd won election as Clerk-Treasurer of Claypool, Indiana, running against a Republican and Democrat.

[9:15 pm ET]
In early voting, Libertarian Joshua Baker had 1.4% of the vote running in a special election for State Representative, District 14 in Texas.

[8:48 pm ET]
Libertarian Lance Lamberton barely lost an election for Austell City Council in Georgia, 90 votes to 94.

[8:42 pm ET]
With 100% of precincts reporting, Libertarian Doug Craig has 25% of the vote for Griffin City Council in Georgia.

[8:22 pm ET]
Many Libertarians are running in Indianapolis, Indiana. Results can be viewed here.

[8:22 pm ET]
In early voting, Libertarian Alexander Vuchnich had 1.6% of the vote for city council in Charlotte, North Carolina. (This is a 4-seat at-large race.)

[8:20 pm ET]
With 100% of precincts reporting, Libertarian Ed Coleman has 24% of the vote for Indianapolis City-County Council, District 24. (Running against a Republican.)

[8:15 pm ET]
Libertarian Amanda Swafford has 42% of the vote running for re-election to city council in Flowery Branch, Georgia.

[8:10 pm ET]
Here's an article about Libertarian Brent Hatley in the Daily Caller.

[7:48 pm ET]
Libertarian Susan Bell is unopposed for Town Judge of Hagerstown, Indiana.

[7:45 pm ET]
With 34% of precincts reporting, Libertarian Ken Moellman has 5% of the vote for State Treasurer of Kentucky.

[7:30 pm ET]
With 62% of precincts reporting, Libertarian Ed Coleman has 24% of the vote for Indianapolis City-County Council, District 24. (Running against a Republican.)

[7:25 pm ET]
With 81% of precincts reporting, Libertarian Pat Farrell has 7% of the vote in a 3-way partisan race for mayor of South Bend, Indiana.

[4:30 pm ET]
We currently have 94 Libertarian candidates on our list for today's elections.