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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.

Daane Hoffman

State Assembly, District 64,

Election Date: July 20, 2010

Location

3538 14th Ave.
Kenosha, WI 53140

Web: http://www.DaaneHoffman.com
Email: DaaneHoffman@DaaneHoffman.com

William J. Gouldman

State Assembly, District 90,

Election Date: July 20, 2010

Location

NY

LP Monday Message: Feds, stop harassing the Campaign for Liberty!

July 19, 2010

Dear Friend of Liberty,

The Federal Election Commission is harassing and maybe even threatening to silence the Campaign for Liberty.

This is an attack on free speech and an attack on another organization working to promote freedom.

Dean Sandstrom

U.S. Representative, District 27,

Election Date: July 17, 2010

Location

NY

All charges dropped in Stagliano trial

The Washington Post and Politico.com report that all criminal charges against pornographer John Stagliano were dismissed yesterday, July 16.

The Libertarian Party issued this press release on July 15.

Irvine polls 10%, releases video starring hyperactive "government grant guru"

According to the National Journal, a recent poll shows Libertarian congressional candidate Travis Irvine getting 10% support. Irvine is running in Ohio's 12th District.

Irvine's campaign has released a web video featuring "government grant guru" Matthew Lesko:

Historic Libertarian primary approaching in Louisiana

The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports:

The Libertarian Party will hold its first-ever Louisiana primary next month, when Anthony "Tony G" Gentile faces Randall Todd Hayes in the race for the U.S. Senate. It also will be the last one unless lawmakers change their minds on how federal elections should be held in the state....

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