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Larry Sharpe

Help Larry in New York

Do you want Larry Sharpe to be on ballots in New York this year? If you do, we need your help to make it happen. We are working hard to get ballot access for Larry, and countless other Libertarian candidates, in New York and elsewhere. Every state has different legal hurdles we have to jump […]

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Laura Ebke

Laura Ebke wins primary!

Dear Libertarian, I’m very happy to share that last night, one of our highest ranking elected Libertarians, Nebraska state senator Laura Ebke, decisively defeated the Republican governor’s hand-picked candidate in the primary to advance to the general election in November. This was a “jungle primary”, where the two candidates who receive the most votes advance […]

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Laura Ebke

Volunteers needed: help an elected Libertarian

Want to help an elected Libertarian who is making a difference for liberty? As you probably know, Laura Ebke is a sitting state senator in Nebraska. We recently emailed you about her occupational licensing reform bill. I’m proud to tell you that it has passed the legislature and is now awaiting the governor’s signature! One Libertarian […]

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Laura Ebke

Let’s help re-elect Laura Ebke!

Laura Ebke is a Libertarian state senator in Nebraska and she’s making us proud. Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal gave some very favorable coverage to one of her bills that is aimed at occupational licensing reform. Check out the WSJ‘s excellent editorial piece here . Laura is making us proud with principled, practical, and important […]

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Elect. More. Libertarians.

Want a Libertarian alternative to Roy Moore?

The GOP is turning their backs on Judge Roy Moore, the US Senate candidate in Alabama who has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women. Republicans are scrambling to find and back a write-in candidate but we Libertarians are responding that they don’t need to. Meet Ron Bishop, the Libertarian candidate in the race. […]

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