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USA Today: Libertarian Patterson polling at 7% in high-profile Kentucky senate race

David Patterson for U.S. Senate Kentucky
David Patterson,
Kentucky LP candidate
for U.S. Senate

Another Libertarian is showing impressive poll numbers in a nationally-watched campaign this year, which could determine the balance of power in the U.S. Senate.

New Gov't Gone Wild! brochure & 2 more

Dear Libertarian,

We're pleased to introduce three new high-quality full-color brochures for you to help promote the Libertarian Party.

New Libertarian Party brochures

1.  We've updated our traditional basic introductory brochure, The Libertarian Party.

NH lawsuit filed to overturn ballot access burden on new political parties

The New Hampshire affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union (NHCLU) has filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Libertarian Party to stop a bill that would change ballot access in the state from arduous to near impossible for competitors of the Democratic and Republican parties.

Virginia LP will have record eight federal candidates on the November ballot

Bill Redpath
Bill Redpath,
LPVA Chair and
US House District 10 candidate

"They've had two debates at the Arkansas Press Association, and a Libertarian has won both"

Frank Gilbert
Frank Gilbert

The above quote was a tweet from reporter John Brummet of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, the largest newspaper in the state, discussing the debates among the candidates running for statewide office this November.

New member of the Australian senate gives knockout libertarian speech

 Australian Senator David Leyonhjelm
Senator David Leyonhjelm

The presentation by David Leyonhjelm to the Australian senate on July 9 is a great libertarian speech by any standard.

Times-Dispatch op-ed: Courts must level playing field between Libertarians, Democrats, Republicans

Robert Sarvis,
LP Virginia Candidate
for U.S. Senate

The Richmond Times-Dispatch notes that Democrats and Republicans "tilted" elections in their own favor by requiring their candidates appear in the #1 and #2 slots on the Virginia state ballot.


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