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Forest Johnson

US House Of Representatives 4th District,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Gary Sicard

US House Of Representatives 1st District,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Doug Butzier

US Senate,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Ryan Ketelson

Lieutenant Governor,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Dr. Lee Hieb

Governor,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Web: http://www.hieb2014.org/
Email: samanthaj@hieb2014.org

Peggy O`Donnell

Calvert County Commissioners,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Dave Sgambellone

Anne Arundel County Council,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Steven Haddox

US House Of Representatives 8th District,

Election Date: November 4, 2014


Phone: (240) 285-9823
Web: http://haddox4house.com/
Email: steven@haddox4house.com

Event

"Libertarians Working for You" radio show featuring Libertarian Candidates Ken Krawchuk and Bill Redpath on Minimizing Government and Maximizing Freedom

When:

Start date: 
Wednesday, April 2, 2014 - 2:00pm
End date: 
Wednesday, April 2, 2014 - 3:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Eastern

Where:

Anywhere

Description:

Libertarians Ken Krawchuk, running for Governor of Pennsylvania, and Bill Redpath, running for U.S. Representative in Virginia in the Tenth Congressional District, will explain their bold solutions for making our lives better by getting politicians, bureaucrats, and special interests out of our way.

 

Ken Krawchuk is the Libertarian Party candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania.

He was the Libertarian candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania in 1998 and 2002. He has run as a Libertarian for U.S. Representative, State Representative, and Abington Township Commissioner.

Montana Supreme Court blocks "top-two" measure from 2014 ballot

In a victory for the Libertarian Party, the Montana Supreme Court ruled on March 25 that legislative referendum LR 127, which would have established top-two primary elections in the state, will not be placed on the general election ballot this November.

Top-two measures allow only the top two vote-getters in primary elections to be on the general election ballot. This severely reduces the chance of a third party candidate surviving the primary election.

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