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LP Monday Message: Libertarians elected on Nov. 8

November 14, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Over 90 Libertarian candidates were in the November 8 elections.

We know of at least eight Libertarians who won!

November 8, 2011 election updates

We'll be posting some results and commentary as results come in this evening and tomorrow. Keep checking back.

[November 10, 10:15 am ET]
Libertarian Roger Fritz was re-elected as mayor of Roland, Iowa as a write-in candidate.

[November 10, 9:37 am ET]
Libertarian Phil Miller got 42% of the vote in a partisan race for mayor of Greenfield, Indiana. (Running against a Republican.)

LP Monday Message: Vote Libertarian tomorrow!

November 7, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Tomorrow is Election Day!

If you haven't already voted, please go tomorrow and vote for every Libertarian on your ballot.

Look here to see if any Libertarians are running in your area. The list is sorted by state.

We have a total of 87 Libertarians on the ballot tomorrow. That's pretty good for an odd-numbered year. In November 2009, we only knew of 57 Libertarians on the ballot.

Cato Institute launches

from the Cato Institute:

Libertarianism is more than a set of policies about education, health care, defense, and trade. Behind those, providing their foundation, are ideas and history, the writings and actions of great men and women who have argued and fought for liberty. To help better express and discuss those ideas, the Cato Institute is pleased to announce the launch of


Join the Libertarian Party!

Dear Friend of Liberty,

I would love to have you as a member of the Libertarian Party!

Won't you please join today?

The Libertarian Party was founded to fight back against the tyrannical abuses of the Democratic and Republican parties. We have consistently defended the principle of liberty and the rights of the individual.

LP Monday Message: Regulate Marijuana Like Wine

Fellow Libertarians,

Libertarian Rupert Boneham declares run for Indiana governor

Rupert Boneham, known for his appearances on the TV show "Survivor," has declared that he will run for governor of Indiana as a Libertarian in 2012.

Read a Washington Post article on the announcement.

From the Indiana LP website:

Libertarian in Louisiana election for governor

The state of Louisiana held a gubernatorial election on October 22, 2011. There were ten candidates on the ballot: Libertarian Scott Lewis, a Republican, four Democrats, and four independents.

Lewis received 12,517 votes (1.2%).

LP Monday Message: Libertarian Party HQ must move

October 24, 2011

Dear Libertarian Party supporter,

I'd like your help.

The lease on our national Libertarian Party headquarters is up at the end of February 2012.

The landlord has indicated they'll be raising the rates 10% to almost $140K per year.

The building (the infamous Watergate Building) is only 60% leased as it is, so we think they're trying to get everyone to leave.

Politifact gives nod to Libertarian claim about Rick Perry

On August 10, 2011, LP Executive Director Wes Benedict released a video statement targeted at presidential candidate Rick Perry. In the video, Benedict said, "Rick Perry, I support amnesty and I think you do too. You supported a guest worker program to help people who would otherwise be illegal aliens."

Politifact has rated Benedict's claim "mostly true."


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