(11/6, 6:47 p.m. ET) Carolyn Clift, running for governor in Alaska, is at 3.0 percent. Mark Fish, running for U.S. senator, is at 3.7 percent.
(11/6, 5:57 p.m. ET) In Nebraska, Keith Ottersberg won a seat on the Wymore City Council with 162 votes (71 percent).
(11/6, 5:54 p.m. ET) Two victories in Minnesota: Both Libertarian candidates running for Crystal City Council, Olga Parsons and Elizabeth Dahl, beat their incumbent opponents and by significant margins.
Libertarian Jeremy Walters won 47 percent of the vote for state house in South Carolina's 26th district in 2012, coming within inches of being elected to the highest-level office that the Libertarian Party has achieved in its history.
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