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November 2011

Libertarians sue to block anti-voter choice law

“Voters representing the Green, Libertarian, and Peace and Freedom parties sued Tuesday over the state’s new open primary system, saying change will deny voters the right to support third-party candidates in general elections,” The San Francisco Chronicle reports. “Under Proposition 14, approved by voters in 2010, all statewide and presidential candidates will run in a […]

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Elected Libertarians: Davenport, Iowa City Councilman Bill Lynn

Bill Lynn was elected to Ward 5 of the Davenport City Council in Iowa. He graduated from Blackburn College in 1968, earned his Masters from the University of Missouri- Kansas in 1975, and went on to earn a PhD from the University of Illinois in 1991. He is currently a professor of Finance, Economics and […]

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Root in The Washington Times: The ‘Supercommitee’ should fail

LNCC Chairman Wayne Root exposes the truth about Republicans and fiscal responsibility in this column in today’s Washington Times: “The congressional supercommittee tasked with cutting the debt is almost out of time. Good. Run out the clock. If its members do not come to an agreement, we’ll be forced to accept automatic across-the-board cuts to […]

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48% would consider voting for libertarian, most support libertarian proposals

A new Reason-Rupe Public Opinion Survey finds large public support for voting for a libertarian candidate, and for libertarian economic polices. Forty-eight percent (48%) of Americans would consider voting for a third-party candidate who is economically conservative and socially liberal.  In a tightly, contested three-way race a candidate would only need between 35 and 40 […]

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