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193 Libertarian candidates file in Texas

Yesterday, January 4, was the deadline in Texas for candidates to file for the November 2010 elections. Texas has the earliest filing deadline of the 50 states.

The LP Texas reports that 193 candidates filed.

There are three statewide offices for which no Democrat filed, meaning that the race will probably be between a Libertarian and Republican. Libertarians filed for those office as follows:

Dave Howard - Texas

LP Monday Message: My New Year's Resolutions

January 4, 2010

Dear Friend of Liberty,

I resolve to persevere in the struggle for freedom that many Americans have undertaken tirelessly, and in some cases have given their lives for.

I resolve to vote for Libertarian candidates whenever I can.

I resolve to keep reminding people that every vote for a Libertarian makes a difference.

I resolve to thank Libertarians who amplify their voice for liberty by running for office.

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Libertarians release top 10 disasters of 2009 Obama administration

Sub-Title: 

Note similarities to previous administration

Top 10 disasters of the 2009 Obama administration (in no particular order):

1. Cash for Clunkers
2. War escalation in Afghanistan
3. Giant government health care expansion bill
4. Post office loses money hand over fist
5. Stimulus package
6. Expansion of "state secrets" doctrine
7. Big increase in unemployment
8. "Bailout" Geithner as Treasury Secretary
9. Skyrocketing federal spending
10. Huge federal deficits

Top 10 disasters of the 2001-2008 Bush administration:

Libertarian Joe Kennedy appears in televised debate

Libertarian Joe Kennedy, running in a special election for U.S. Senator in Massachusetts, appeared December 22 in this televised debate, carried by WBZ in Boston.

Visit Joe Kennedy's website.

Alexander Snitker

U.S. Senator,

Election Date: December 29, 2009

Location

FL

LP Monday Message: Stop Subsidizing Health Care!

December 28, 2009

Dear Friend of Liberty,

You have probably heard lots of politicians in recent months complaining about "the skyrocketing cost of health care." They wring their hands about how "the United States spends more on health care..." etc. etc.

Their solution? More government, of course.

But why does the cost of health care keep going up so fast? Most other products and services don't have this problem. Food prices don't skyrocket every year. Electronics don't either. What is so special about health care?

Campbell University

Organization Name: 
Campbell Liberty Club
School Level: 
College/University

Texas A&M University

Organization Name: 
Aggie Libertarians

Contact: To be updated

School Level: 
College/University

Maggie L. Walker Governor's School

Organization Name: 
MLWGS Students for Liberty

Contact:  Andrew Morton

ahmorton1@gmail.com

School Level: 
High School

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