WASHINGTON - In the violent wake of President Obama's military surge in Afghanistan, and his failure to withdraw the U.S. military from Iraq, the Libertarian Party (LP) says anti-war liberals can vote Libertarian with a clear conscience.
The John & Ken talk radio show on KFI-AM 640 in the Los Angeles area has endorsed Dale Ogden, the Libertarian Party candidate for Governor, over Democrat Jerry Brown and Republican Meg Whitman. For those who are not familiar with John & Ken, they are an enormously influential team which dominates the afternoon rush hour airwaves. According to Wikipedia, John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou host the most popular local talk radio progr
We're entering the peak month of election activity. The time to act is now!
So far we've bought 700,000 Quiz Across America door hangers, shipped almost 400,000 to volunteers, and used a bunch as samples in a snail-mail letter that is reaching many homes right now and generating even more volunteers and demand. We've got about 264,000 left.
Steve Kubby, former Libertarian Party candidate for Governor in California, and contender for the LP's 2008 presidential nomination is running for South Lake Tahoe City council. Recent poles show him in the lead.
Two very informal, unscientific straw polls taken in the last week indicate that my campaign for U.S. Senate has the potential to take off in a big way if we can come up with significant funding. In the online survey taken by KTVK-3 one week ago, during and following the four-way televised debate, 53% of the participants indicated that they thought I won the debate.
Libertarian Party executive director Wes Benedict waves anti-war sign at One Nation March in Washington, DC. Many Democratic supporters were there, and this was meant to remind them about the hypocrisy of Democrats in office.
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