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Maine Libertarian for US Senate getting visibility

Maine Libertarian Andrew Ian Dodge will appear in all six US Senate debates between October 17 and November 3 and participates in numerous candidate forums across the state. He has been featured in news stories that ran on the local Fox TV affiliate and Maine Public Broadcasting Network and is scheduled to be featured on the state affiliates for NBC and CW Television Network.

Connecticut Libertarian for Congress Seeks Reductions in Government Education, Agriculture and Military

Having run twice as a write-in candidate in Connecticut’s second congressional district, this year Libertarian Dan Reale is officially on the ballot - and campaigning hard.

He sees an opportunity in growing voter disapproval of the two major parties which refuse to tackle the ballooning national debt and creeping tax hikes.

PA Libertarian Councilman Running in 2-Way for State Rep

Two years ago, when Libertarian Erik Viker ran for State Representative in Pennsylvania's 85th District, he received nearly 10 percent of the vote in a 3-way race and beat the Democrat candidate in three precincts. This year he will likely receive more votes running in a 2-way race against the Republican incumbent, State Representative Fred Keller.

Huffington Post: Let Gov. Gary Johnson Debate

The day after the first debate, Huffington Post columnist Brian LaSorsa explains the five reasons why Gov. Gary Johnson should be included in debates.

Libertarian Gov. Gary Johnson offers lively alternative to dull debate between Romney and Obama

 Libertarian for President Governor Gary Johnson Will Provide Reactions and Commentary Online

 

Wednesday, October 3rd at 9 p.m. Eastern Time

 

Maryland Libertarian Muir Boda in 2-Way Race for House

Libertarian Muir Boda is seizing the opportunity to advance liberty as the only candidate on the ballot challenging entrenched incumbent Republican Andy Harris in Maryland’s 1st District Congressional race.

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