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2013 election results now available

Libertarians were elected in Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania to city councils and school boards, as mayor, and to other local offices on Nov. 5.

A total of 11 Libertarians were elected, three of whom were reelected.

Results for all 2013 electoral races including a Libertarian Party candidate are now available on our website. Click here to see a full table of vote totals and percentages for LP candidates and their opponents.

63% of libertarians believe marijuana prohibition will be over within 10 years

Libertarian Party calls for marijuana legalizationOf the 3,930 poll-takers who visited LP.org between Oct. 29 and Nov. 13, 63 percent believe that marijuana prohibition in the United States will be history within 10 years.

34 percent of those surveyed believe it will end within five years, including the 11 percent of respondents who believe it will be over within two years.

LP Monday Message: Veterans Day

Dear Friend of Liberty,

2013 Veterans Day at the Vietnam War MemorialToday I visited the Vietnam War Memorial to observe a Veterans Day ceremony.

I am thankful for the men and women, some of whom are Libertarians, who have been brave enough to fight for our freedoms.

Three GA Libertarians win elections for school board, city council

LP GeorgiaOn Nov. 5, two Libertarians were elected to office in Georgia and one advanced to a runoff election.

Brett Bittner was the top vote-getter out of three candidates, winning 56.5 percent of the vote in his reelection bid for Marietta City School Board.

LP Ohio files suit to protect third-party ballot access

The Libertarian Party of Ohio is fighting to protect third-party ballot access, and released the following statement on Friday with details of its lawsuit against the state:

CT Libertarian Joshua Katz lands first place in race for Planning Commission

Joshua Katz
Joshua Katz,
LP Connecticut
Elected, Westbrook Planning Board

In a three-way race on Nov. 5 against a Democrat and Republican for two open seats on the Westbrook, Conn., Planning Board, Libertarian Joshua Katz placed first.

Potential record-breaker for Libertarian Robert Sarvis

Robert Sarvis for GovernorLibertarian Robert Sarvis and his busy campaign team and volunteers have been traversing the state of Virginia in a bid to win record vote totals in the state.

Ken Kaplan: For a New Jersey with no state income tax

Ken Kaplan
Ken Kaplan,
LP New Jersey
Candidate for Governor

Ken Kaplan, the Libertarian Party candidate for governor in New Jersey, aims to make New Jersey the tenth state with no state income tax.

VA legislative candidates running to end state income tax, marijuana prohibition

Dan Foster, LP Virginia candidate running for state delegate in the 78th District
Dan Foster,
LP Virginia candidate
running for state delegate

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