Marshall Burt’s historic statehouse win is first since 2002, fifth in party history From LP News | Vol. 50, Issue 3 | Quarter 3, 2020 By Andy Craig • Maryland For the first time in a generation, a Libertarian has been elected to a state legislature. Marshall Burt, a track inspector for the Union Pacific […]
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Huge press hit, 2 notable polls!
Dear Libertarian, What a week! Earlier this week, County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt delivered the Libertarian Party’s State of the Union. It was a message about the tremendous human progress that has been enabled by institutions that protect property rights, contracts, and reining in arbitrary power. He also spoke about the need for reform in areas […]
Ballot access and Brandon Phinney
Dear Libertarian, The national party works very hard throughout the election cycle to chip away at laws and other barriers that keep Libertarian candidates off ballots. There are countless stories about why this is important but allow me to share one with you today. Many Libertarians recognize Brandon Phinney’s name and know that he is […]
Dear Libertarian, As you know, yesterday was Election Day. Because 2017 is an odd-numbered year, there weren’t as many races going on around the country as in even-numbered years but we did have Libertarian candidates representing us in a number of partisan and non-partisan races. Sometimes it takes a few days for the final results […]