Randall Hayes, running for U.S. Senate in Louisiana, appeared in a televised debate on October 27.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reported on the debate, saying "The candidates were less sure of themselves when asked for specifics on what federal spending they would seek to offset the tax cuts with corresponding cuts to spending. Only Hayes, the Libertarian, offered anything beyond vague bromides about cutting waste."
Early voting for the November 2 election is open in many states. I really encourage you to vote early if you can. It's easy to be busy on Election Day or accidentally forget to vote. We have over 800 Libertarians running this year -- please give them your support!
Libertarian Carla Howell chairs the Alliance to Roll Back Taxes in Massachusetts. She has led an initiative to roll back the state's sales tax from 6.25% to 3%. That measure is on the ballot this November.
Carla Howell has also worked to eliminate the Massachusetts income tax. In 2002, the measure to end the state income tax got 45% support. The measure was on the ballot again in 2008 and got 30% support.
There is at least one Libertarian on the ballot across the U.S, in areas containing 81.9% of the voters, for the November 2010 election. The Libertarian Party, as is usual in midterm years, is on the ballot in more places than any other minor party.
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