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Nolan interviewed about U.S. Senate bid

On Thursday, July 22 I was interviewed, along with the Green candidate for U.S. Senate, by Bill Buckmaster at KUAT-TV in Tucson. The interview is approximately 20 minutes long, and I thought it went well. Check it out!

Hagerstown, Indiana - Elected Libertarian Central

Hagerstown, Indiana is a hotbed of elected Libertarian activity.

It is a community of 1800 people, the community center of a significantly populated rural area and has Libertarians elected to partisan office.

It is the home of Rex Bell, Wayne County Libertarian Chair, and the winner of the 2010 Thomas Paine award for his literary efforts in communicating libertarian ideas. 

The Libertarians in Hagerstown have good leadership and comparable resources with the old political parties (R's and D's).

Florida Libertarian Accuses Scott Rasmussen of GOP Bias, Electioneering

From snitker2010.com:

Florida Libertarian Accuses Scott Rasmussen of GOP Bias, Electioneering

Students for Liberty: Is “Conservative” a Dirty Word?

From Students for Liberty:

Is “Conservative” a Dirty Word?

by Clark Ruper

Kim Hawk

Lee County Soil and Water Conservation District, Grp. 5,

Election Date: July 21, 2010

Location

FL

Tom Clark

Lee County Soil and Water Conservation District, Grp. 3,

Election Date: July 21, 2010

Location

FL

Jason M. Ferenczy-Zumpano

Hillsborough County Supervisor, Fishhawk II CDD, Seat 3,

Election Date: July 21, 2010

Location

FL

Ilene Davis

Brevard County Commissioner, District 2,

Election Date: July 21, 2010

Location

FL

Violet Skinner

Duval County Soil and Water Conservation District, Grp. 3,

Election Date: July 21, 2010

Location

FL

Florida candidate Snitker viewed most favorably by liberals, moderates

A recent poll from Public Policy Polling says that Libertarian Alex Snitker, running for U.S. Senate in Florida, is viewed favorably by 24% of liberals, 24% of moderates, and 4% of conservatives. Snitker polls at 3% or 4% overall, depending on which Democratic Party candidate is included. He is supported by 2% of Democrats, 3% of Republicans, and 7-8% of "Independent/Other" voters.

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