Barbara Howe, Libertarian for Governor in North Carolina, is running hard – literally – to get out her message. She has completed 94 separate 5k runs since announcing her candidacy earlier this year and is just six away from her goal.
Mainstream media news outlets are starting to talk about the impact that both Libertarian for President, two-term Governor Gary Johnson and several Libertarian U.S. Senate campaigns may have in determining the outcome of the election.
After losing his first race for Board of Selectmen in Seabrook, New Hampshire in 2006, Libertarian Brendan Kelly ran again in 2007 and won, defeating the sitting Chair of the Board. He then won his reelection in 2010 and is now Chair.
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.
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.
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