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Libertarians Working For You Show: educational freedom, pardoning heroes of freedom, and using your vote for a change

ImageToday's episode (6/10/2015) of Libertarians Working For You hosted by Arvin Vohra is now available online, in which Arvin discusses advances in educational freedom in Texas, pardoning heroes of freedom, and using your vote for change. 

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What's the most important impact of Libertarian campaigns?

Turning on voters to Libertarian solutions and their benefits
17% (201 votes)
Bringing in new members/voters/supporters
3% (32 votes)
Debunking claims of Democratic and Republican politicians who say more government is better
4% (52 votes)
Exposing Democratic and Republican politicians who pretend to be libertarian
2% (19 votes)
Getting Libertarians elected who remove or reduce excess government and advance freedom
13% (151 votes)
Giving voters a choice to vote Libertarian
11% (129 votes)
Challenging opponents so they move their positions in a libertarian direction
7% (86 votes)
Hard to choose. All or most of above are important.
40% (469 votes)
Something else
4% (47 votes)
Total votes: 1186

Jeff Hetrick

State Assembly 27th District,

Election Date: November 3, 2015


Patrick Smith

South Bound Brook Town Council,

Election Date: November 3, 2015


Email: patrickasmith@gmail.com

The Dollar Vigilante running for office as a Libertarian in Canada

Jeff Berwick
Jeff Berwick

Jeff Berwick, who is the chief editor for the Dollar Vigilante, a well-known free market website, is running for office in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Libertarians Working For You show, with Mark Anderson and Brian Suojanen

ImageYesterday's episode (6/3/2015) of Libertarians Working For You hosted by Arvin Vohra is now available online, featuring 2015 candidates for the Virginia House of Delegates Mark Anderson, and Brian Suojanen

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For Immediate Release

Call now and urge your U.S. Senators to let the ‘Patriot’ Act die

Let the Patriot Act die!Today Libertarian National Committee Chair Nicholas Sarwark released the following statement:

Arkansas Governor Signs Bill Moving Primary and Petition Deadlines

ImageFrom Ballot Access News:

On May 29, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson signed SB 8, the bill that moves the primary for all office in 2016 from late May to early March, and which moves the petition deadline for new parties to September 2015 and the non-presidential independent deadline to November 2015.

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