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LP News April 2017 issue is now online

The April issue of LP News is ready to view online. Click here to read coverage of elected officials joining the Libertarian Party, court victories, campaign activities, our 2016 annual report, national and affiliate party accomplishments, and more.

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Jon Bombach

Jon Bombach for comptroller aims to fix Baltimore’s financial mess

Jon Bombach It’s an uphill battle. But Libertarian Jon Bombach is determined to take on the crony capitalism he believes is plaguing Baltimore. “In every neighborhood I lived in — from Seton Hill to Little Italy — people shared the same stories,” he recalls.   “Business owners facing stiff regulations. Basic services not being met.”   But he saw […]

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Texas LP candidate endorsed by the Star-Telegram and in debate on October 22

Mark Miller, the Libertarian candidate for the Railroad Commission in Texas, was endorsed by the Star-Telegram on October 20. Mr. Miller has been endorsed by the major daily newspapers in the state. “Texans should buck two-party tradition and elect Libertarian Mark Miller, a former University of Texas at Austin petroleum engineering professor with deep oil […]

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Dick Heller endorses DC Libertarian candidate

Washington, DC — 2016 Libertarian candidate for U.S. Delegate for the District of Columbia and long-time community activist Martin Moulton secured the endorsement of Dick Heller, successful plaintiff in a landmark case (District of Columbia v. Heller, 2008) in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution protects an individual’s right to possess a […]

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John Buckley

Charleston Gazette-Mail endorses WV Libertarian for statewide office

John Buckley The Charleston Gazette-Mail, the daily newspaper of the largest city in West Virginia, endorsed Libertarian John Buckley for Secretary of State on October 20. “The secretary of state is a relatively small office, but is in charge of overseeing state elections and registering businesses. Those are two big responsibilities, and should not be […]

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Jon Stossel

John Stossel: A Better Choice

Jon Stossel From an article by John Stossel in The Patriot Post on October 18: Hillary Clinton is a manipulative, power-mad liar. Donald Trump is a selfish, sexist, narcissistic bully. These are our choices Nov. 8? The leading candidates’ avarice is bad enough. Their ideas are worse. Clinton wants to micro-regulate America into poverty and […]

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Reason interviews LP Chair on Gary Johnson LP future

  In a new podcast, Reason’s Nick Gillespie talks with Libertarian National Committee Chair Nicholas Sarwark about what the ‘party of principle’ is up to in the final weeks of the 2016 race and the LP’s bold new strategy of running electable, pragmatic candidates who are also committed to maximum freedom and minimal government. Click here […]

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Libertarian candidates pledge to contain and reduce government authority

For Immediate Release Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Scores of Libertarians running for federal, state, and local office have pledged to contain and reduce government in several areas. More American jobs, far greater access to health care, and lower taxes are among the many benefits that will result. Specifically, Libertarian candidates have pledged to sponsor and […]

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Phil Anderson

Libertarian Anderson for U.S. Senate to debate the debate tonight, Tuesday Oct 18

Phil Anderson Wisconsin U.S. Senate Candidate Phil Anderson will be live streaming his responses to the U.S. Senate debate on Tuesday, October 18, from 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm. Anderson’s responses will be streamed live on his campaign Facebook page, www.facebook.com/andersonforussenate.  Anderson was not invited to the debate. According to a WISN-TV representative, which is co-sponsoring the debate with Marquette University […]

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