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Virginia LP convention covered on CBS 6 TV

CBS 6 TV news covered the LPVA state convention held in Richmond on March 5, which included a statement by outgoing state chair Bill Redpath. 

“The Libertarian party is the third largest political party in the United States,” said Redpath. “It’s the combination of conservative positions on economic issues and liberal positions on social issues, but there is one core theme: We want to minimize the use of government coercion in society; we want to allow people to live their lives as they choose."

Libertarian Presidential Candidates Debate Tonight 9pm ET, Monday March 7

RALEIGH (March 4) – The Libertarian Party of North Carolina is partnering with the North Carolina Channel, a new service of UNC-TV, to broadcast the only presidential debate to be held in North Carolina.

Good News! Libertarian debate on TV, moderated by Stossel

Dear Libertarian,

LNC chair interviewed on ABC TV affiliate in Mississippi

Libertarian Party Chair Nicholas Sarwark spoke about the party's agenda, the national convention in Orlando, foreign policy and more with host David Elliot on ABC affiliate WLOX TV News.

Watch the 8+ minute interview here:

http://www.wlox.com/clip/12248313/wlox-news-this-week-libertarian-party

Watch the Libertarian Party debate tonight. Saturday Feb. 27 at 7pm CT

Watch Libertarian Party candidates for president debate live at 7:00 PM CT this evening, Saturday, February 27 at the joint Mississippi-Alabama state convention.

Click here to watch.

LP at Students For Liberty conference this weekend

ImageThe Libertarian Party will be participating at the Students For Liberty conference, being held this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Marriott Wardman Park hotel, 2660 Woodley Rd, Washington, DC 20008.

The Libertarian Party will have a booth at the event, and LP Political Director Carla Howell and LNC regional representative Dr. Jim Lark will be speaking.

Donate for student outreach

Dear Libertarian,

LP submits 42,000 signatures to get back on the ballot in Oklahoma

ImageThe Libertarian Party delivered petitions with 42,000 signatures to the Oklahoma election board on February 22.

If approved, this would be the first time since 2000 that any non-establishment party appeared on the ballot in the state. 24,745 valid signatures are required to get on the ballot. The election board has 30 days to verify the validity of the signatures.

Poll: Which Libertarian for President?

Who do you want to be the Libertarian Party nominee for President?

Click here to see the list of people seeking the Libertarian Party's nomination for President.

Click here to vote for your choice.
 

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