Libertarian Jeremy Walters won 47 percent of the vote for state house in South Carolina's 26th district in 2012, coming within inches of being elected to the highest-level office that the Libertarian Party has achieved in its history.
Rebecca Paddock 7% (U.S. Senate)
Kathie Glass 6% (Governor)
Robert D. Butler 9% (Lt. Governor)
Jamie Balagia 8% (Attorney General)
Ben Sanders 11% (Comptroller)
Justin Knight 10% (Land Commissioner)
David "Rocky" Palmquist 9% (Agriculture Commissioner)
Mark Miller 10% (Railroad Commissioner)
University of Texas/Texas Tribune Link
Several major newspapers in West Virginia, led by the flagship Wheeling Intelligencer, ran a prominent editorial on Oct. 25 heaping praise on the ideas advanced by the campaign of Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate John Buckley.
Illinois Libertarian Party gubernatorial candidate Chad Grimm has been polling well, receving 6 to 7 percent in polls conducted by We Ask America during the last three months, according to Ballot Access News.
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