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LPIN targets vulnerable state House seats in 2014 Indiana election

Libertarian Party of IndianaThe Indiana LP will be targeting vulnerable state House seats in the 2014 election, the state affiliate announced in a Thursday press release, which presented an initial list of 20 sitting politicians that LPIN Chair Dan Drexler says they hope will be defeated in November:

4 Libertarian books for 30 bucks

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Quick survey for LP News about online publication

Dear Friend of Liberty,

LP News, Dec. 2013I'd like some feedback from you regarding LP News for our editor, Eric Dixon.

First a little background. As you may know, LP News is the primary print newsletter for the national Libertarian Party. In recent years, we've published four issues per year. We plan to publish six issues in 2014.

Ohio LP court victory cuts back GOP attempt to block ballot access

A U.S. district court ruling on Jan. 7 substantially reduced the onerous ballot access rules that Ohio Republicans attempted to impose on Libertarians running for office, leaving the Ohio LP in good shape for retaining ballot access through 2018.

State LP Chair Kevin Knedler reports that:

Harry Browne’s New Year’s Resolutions for Selling Liberty Effectively

LP 1996 and 2000 Presidential Candidate Harry Browne
Harry Browne
LP 1996, 2000 Presidential Candidate

An open letter to 2013 Libertarian candidates and their supporters

Dear Libertarian candidates and supporters,

Thank you for all you did in 2013.

Candidates, thank you for running for office and for taking time away from your family, your work, and the rest of your life. We are grateful for your dedication.

Thank you to key campaign team members. Some of you put in as much time as your candidates did, and made many sacrifices. You were indispensable.

LP statement on rock-bottom approval ratings for lobbyists, Congress

LP Political Director Carla Howell was quoted by Press TV

Elected Libertarian councilman campaigned on high city debt

Libertarian Councilman Erwin Haas
Erwin Haas,
Kentwood, Mich., City Commissioner

Thanks to newly-elected Libertarian Erwin Haas, the people in Kentwood, Mich., a suburb of Grand Rapids, now know there's a huge public debt problem.

Problems with national committee meeting

Dear Friend of Liberty,

I am contributing $250 to help defray the cost of rescheduling a Libertarian National Committee (LNC) meeting and I'd like to ask for your help as well.

Allow me to explain.

Twenty-six people from around the country serve as LNC members or alternates. The LNC is the board of directors of the national Libertarian Party and I'm the Chairman.


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