Press Release

For Immediate Release

Call now and urge your U.S. Senators to let the ‘Patriot’ Act die

Let the Patriot Act die!Today Libertarian National Committee Chair Nicholas Sarwark released the following statement:

Arkansas Governor Signs Bill Moving Primary and Petition Deadlines

ImageFrom Ballot Access News:

On May 29, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson signed SB 8, the bill that moves the primary for all office in 2016 from late May to early March, and which moves the petition deadline for new parties to September 2015 and the non-presidential independent deadline to November 2015.

Pasadena City College

Organization Name: 
Pasadena City College Young Americans For Liberty

Contact:  M. Woodrow Johnston II

School Level: 

LPEX this weekend

ImageThe Libertarian Party Expo (LPEX) is underway, and continues through Sunday, May 31.

The event is taking place at the Tropicana Hotel, 3801 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV.

Click here to see the LPEX website.

Libertarians Working For You show, with Michael Pakko and G. Todd Rice

ImageYesterday's episode (5/28/2015) of Libertarians Working For You hosted by Arvin Vohra is now available online, featuring guests Dr. Michael Pakko, chair of the Arkansas LP, and G. Todd Rice, candidate for the Powhatan, VA Board of Supervisors.

Orange County Register: Trying to break through the political glass ceiling

LNC CHair Nicholas Sarwark
LNC CHair Nicholas Sarwark

Campaign filing suggests GOP chairman lied in court about involvement in challenge that knocked Libertarian off Ohio ballot

Charlie Earl
Charlie Earl

The Ohio Republican Party paid $300,000 in legal bills to keep Libertarian gubernatorial nominee Charlie Earl off the Libertarian primary ballot in 2014.

Alan Hall

East Dundee Village Trustee,

Election Date: April 7, 2015
Term: 4 years
Non-Partisan Office

Press Release

For Immediate Release

LP: Republican-controlled U.S. House votes to jack up military spending, skirt the sequester

228 Republicans and 41 Democrats in the U.S. House voted for a $612 billion defense authorization bill on May 15. They maneuvered the increase in military spending, which should have been prohibited by “sequester” spending caps established by the Budget Control Act of 2011, by putting some of the spending in a slush fund.

The Senate Armed Services Committee also approved a $612 billion defense authorization bill that circumvents the sequester.

Alvin Scott Bandy

Charlottesville City Council,

Election Date: November 3, 2015

Phone: (434) 242-1851


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