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Libertarian for governor in Florida polling at 9%

Adrian Wyllie
Adrian Wyllie,
LP Florida
Candidate for Governor

Libertarian Michael Brennan hopes to slash millions in proposed county spending

Michael Brennan
Michael Brennan,
LP Michigan
Candidate for Livingston
County Commissioner

Will record low approval ratings for Democrats and Republicans mean more Libertarian votes?

Libertarian Party Executive Director Carla Howell on PressTVRepublicans and Democrats have a stranglehold on the U.S.

Libertarian Ken Kaplan aims to phase out income tax in NJ governor race

Ken Kaplan
Ken Kaplan,
LP New Jersey
Candidate for Governor

Ken Kaplan, Libertarian Party candidate for governor of New Jersey, has a bold plan to reduce the size and scope of government in his state, beginning with phasing out the state income tax.

Snowden should be rewarded as a hero, say LP poll respondents

Edward Snowden, NSA Prism WhistleblowerWhen National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed the criminal ways in which the U.S. government is violating the privacy rights of Americans, Big Government Democrats and Republicans immediately began to demonize him and canceled his passport while they strongarmed other countries into denying him asylum.

Libertarian Party: Defending the Fourth Amendment for 42 years

Restore the FourthThe Libertarian Party has a long history of defending the rights to privacy guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Libertarians speaking at Restore the Fourth protests on July 4

Restore the FourthProtesters in cities across America will gather on July 4, 2013, to demand that the U.S. government adhere to its constitutionally dictated limits demanded by the Fourth Amendment.

LPVA governor candidate Robert Sarvis qualifies for ballot

Rob Sarvis
Rob Sarvis,
LP Virginia
Candidate for Governor

March issue of LP News now available online

LP News — Vol. 43, No. 1 — March 2013The March 2013 edition of LP News is now available in the LP News archive, which contains issues stretching back for five years.

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