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ND Libertarian Jack Seaman the "break-out star" of debate

Jack Seaman - LP North Dakota candidate for U.S. House
Jack Seaman,
LP North Dakota candidate

Bill Van Allen, Jr.

Sarasota County Charter Review District 2,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Web: https://www.facebook.com/electbillvanallen?ref=hl
Email: legalizefreedom@comcast.net

Libertarian McDermott for governor could win NY ballot access

Libertarian Michael McDermott for NY GovernorNew York Libertarians are optimistic that governor candidate Michael McDermott will win the 50,000 votes needed this November to secure ballot access for the New York LP for the next four years.

Newsweek features libertarian views on Ebola

Kathie Glass - LPTX gubernatorial candidate
Kathie Glass,
LP Texas candidate

LNC chair interview with UncoveredPolitics.com

Nicholas Sarwark - Chair, Libertarian National Committee
Nicholas Sarwark,

Libertarian Amanda Swafford for U.S. Senate featured in Time

Amanda Swafford for U.S. Senate
Amanda Swafford

Time.com reports that Libertarian Amanda Swafford's race for U.S. Senate could force a run-off vote in Georgia.

August issue of LP News now available online

LP News — Vol. 44, No. 4 — August 2014The August 2014 edition of LP News is now available in the LP News archive, which contains issues stretching back for more than six years.

John Machurek

Attorney General,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Press Release

For Immediate Release

Libertarians sue Kentucky public television for First Amendment violation

A federal constitutional lawsuit, filed today against Kentucky Educational Television in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, stems from its new exclusionary policy regarding public debates, eliminating Libertarian participation. The plaintiffs in the case are Libertarian David Patterson's campaign for U.S. Senate, the Libertarian Party of Kentucky, and the Libertarian National Committee.

New York Times and CNN articles cover Libertarian Party candidates

Sean Haugh
Sean Haugh

Libertarian statewide candidates Sean Haugh, Adrian Wyllie, Dr. Andrew Hunt, and Mark Fish were covered in an article in Sunday's New York Times on how non-establishment party candidates may affect the November elections.

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