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"Cut, cut, CUT federal taxes and spending," Libertarians say

In response to a Libertarian Party website poll that asked, "As soon as is practical, how much should we cut federal government taxes and spending?" Libertarians came down overwhelmingly in favor of dramatically reducing taxes and federal government spending.

Six Libertarian Candidates on the primary ballot as write-ins in California

LP CaliforniaIn spite of the crippling barrier posed by top-two primaries in California that serves to keep third party candidates off the ballot, six California Libertarians will be on the primary ballot on June 3 as write-in candidates, and one is virtually guaranteed a spot on the November ballot.

The six candidates are:

Florida Libertarians fight debt in Collier County

[The following was provided by the Libertarian Party of Collier County. They helped prevent their county government from taking on new debt.]

 

New blue Libertarian hat promotion!

Blue Libertarian HatDear Libertarian,

Just in time for summer, we're getting a great deal on some hats and are offering them to you for $25.99!

They're navy blue with the word "LIBERTARIAN" embroidered across the front in bright gold.

Early Bird Registration Ends Today! New Speakers & Entertainers Added!

In case you haven't noticed, there are new additions to the speaker lineup since the last LP News (April) — and we're trying to keep it updated.

North Carolina Libertarian for U.S. Senate Sean Haugh polling 11%

Sean Haugh
Sean Haugh

Sean Haugh, the North Carolina LP candidate for the U.S. Senate this November, is polling at 11 percent in his three-way race, according to Public Policy Polling today.

Take the Poll: How much should we cut federal government taxes and spending?

Answer this poll question:

As soon as is practical, how much should we cut federal government taxes and spending?

Vote now.

Two Ohio LP statewide candidates on ballot in November

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Bob Bridges
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Virginia Libertarian Elected To Local Office

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Tyler Brown

Tyler Brown was elected to the Occoquan, VA Town Council on Tuesday.

Mr. Brown finished 5th out of 6 candidates, with 74 votes (13.6%). The top 5 were elected to the council.

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