Will they all waste their votes?

Dear Libertarian,

I don't know about you, but I'm sick and tired of hearing about the "wasted vote syndrome". And I'm desperately trying to do something about it. I'm desperately trying to get the Libertarian Party on the ballot in every single state for 2016.

LP Political Director Carla Howell discusses State of the Union on RT TV

Carla Howell interview RT TV 1-4-2016 screen shot - web resCarla Howell being interviewed on

Austin Petersen interviewed on Stossel show

ImageAustin Petersen, a candidate for the Libertarian Party 2016 Presidential nomination, appeared on the John Stossel show on the Fox Business Network last Friday (2/5/16).

Click here to watch.

Ron Paul: No one for libertarians to vote for in Republican or Democratic primaries

Ron Paul advised voters not to get behind any of the remaining candidates in either the Democratic or Republican primaries on two Fox Business Network shows this week: Kennedy and Varney & Co.

Host Stuart Varney asked Ron Paul, now that his son Rand has suspended his bid for the presidency, who of the remaining Democrats and Republicans are the most libertarian.

Oklahoma, South Dakota & Connecticut ballot access

Dear Libertarian,

I need your your help to fund the petition drives in South Dakota, and now Connecticut, too.

Click here to donate.

Libertarians Working For You show, with Heather Marcus, Mark West, Thomas Howell, and Cecil Anderson

ImageThe 2/3/16 episode of Libertarians Working For You hosted by Arvin Vohra is now available online, with guests:

Austin Petersen interviewed by TruthInMedia

ImageAustin Petersen, a candidate for the 2016 Libertarian Party Presidential nomination, was interviewed on January 27 by Joshua Cook of the website

Click here to view the clip.

Connecticut LP wins court case to overturn ban on out-of-state petitioners

ImageThe Libertarian Party of Connecticut won a legal victory Wednesday (1/27/16) that allows them to hire out-of-state contractors to collect signatures for candidates petitioning their way onto the ballot.

Before the ruling, only Connecticut residents were permitted to collect signatures. Professional circulators from out-of-state firms, which are often hired by candidates, had to be accompanied by a Connecticut resident.

Seaman to run again for the US House in North Dakota in 2016

Jack Seaman
Jack Seaman

Jack Seaman, who ran for the US House of Representatives in 2014 as a Libertarian in North Dakota, is running for the same seat this November.

Seaman finished third in his 2014 race, with 5.8% of the vote.


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