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October 2011

Ed Thompson, Libertarian mayor and candidate, passes away at 66

Ed Thompson, Libertarian mayor of Tomah, Wisc. and brother of Gov. Tommy Thompson, passed away Oct. 22 at the age of 66 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.  Ed was surrounded by his children and his siblings. In 2001 Ed was the Libertarian nominee for Wisconsin governor.  In 2002, Ed was the Libertarian Party […]

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Survivor’ star to announce Libertarian bid for Ind. governor Sat.

“Survivor” star Rupert Boneham will announce Saturday he will run for Indiana governor as a Libertarian, the charity activist tells RTV6′s Todd Connor. “I’ve been talking to a lot of my friends, my family, my donors for Rupert’s Kids, making sure that my world would not really change, that my programs will still be maintained,” […]

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Media interview with Columbus, Ohio City Council candidate Robert Bridges

The following is an excerpted Columbus Underground interview with Robert Bridges, one of two Libertarian candidates running for the office of Columbus City Council this November. Robert is running on a platform focused on fiscal responsibility at City Hall, and a reduction in government intrusiveness, specifically as it relates to small businesses and economic development. […]

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