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Good news from Oklahoma on ballot access

Oklahoma ballot access progressOn April 23, the Oklahoma Senate passed H.B. 2134 by a vote of 28-16. The bill had already passed the House, but because the Senate added some additional provisions, it must return to the House.

Libertarians to run record 37 candidates in Travis County, Texas

[provided by the Travis County Libertarian Party]

New LP convention speakers — Register Today!

Last November, I traveled and spoke to European Libertarian groups in Moscow and in Madrid. The latest additions to our speaker lineup come from contacts I made during his trip.

Missouri LP places 30 candidates on primary ballot

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Dr. Cisse Spragins
Chair, LPMO

The Missouri Libertarian Party will have 30 candidates on the primary election ballot this August.

2014 State Conventions

Below is a schedule of Libertarian state conventions in 2014. Click on the state to get more information. Not all states have conventions every year. Some states have not scheduled their conventions yet. Updates will be posted as they become available.

Saturday, February 8
Nevada
Virginia

Friday, February 21 - Sunday, February 23
Arkansas
Pennsylvania

New Libertarian stickers, 2 for $5 or 20 cents in bulk

We're happy to offer you this new bright blue Libertarian bumper sticker!

Click here to order, or go to LPstore.org (our new supplies website).

LPNC holds first ever candidate forum for U.S. Senate

Making a new splash in federal politics, the Libertarian Party of North Carolina reported on its first candidate forum for U.S. Senate in a recent press release:

Libertarian Party responds to Republican weekly address on unemployment, jobs training

Libertarian Party Political Director Carla Howell on PressTVCarla Howell, political director for the national Libertarian Party, made a statement to Press TV on April 6 in response to Republicans attacking President Barack Obama about high unemplo

Montana Supreme Court blocks "top-two" measure from 2014 ballot

In a victory for the Libertarian Party, the Montana Supreme Court ruled on March 25 that legislative referendum LR 127, which would have established top-two primary elections in the state, will not be placed on the general election ballot this November.

Top-two measures allow only the top two vote-getters in primary elections to be on the general election ballot. This severely reduces the chance of a third party candidate surviving the primary election.

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