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October 2012

Libertarian Walters Only Partisan Candidate in Race for SC State House

Reposted from Libertarian Jeremy Walters of Fort Mill, South Carolina is the only partisan candidate on the ballot for State House District 26 due to a ruling by the state’s Supreme Court last May that knocked nearly 200 candidates across the state off the ballot, including the other four Libertarians running for the State […]

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Cheap software is revolutionizing local elections

“Most citizens have no idea who’s running for (local) office and are therefore open to persuasion—a significant fact since local elections can be swung by just a few votes. And since persuasion at the local level happens by direct voter contact, field organizing is the key to victory. The campaign that does it better, wins,”  […]

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Support John Inks

First elected to the Mountain View City Council in 2008 for a four-year term, John Inks is now running hard for his first re-election. The Army veteran and retired rocket scientist is very visible as a Libertarian in Mountain View. Through competent work and leadership as an elected official, John is an excellent exemplar for […]

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Support Rupert Boneham for governor

Rupert Boneham is growing the Libertarian Party and running hard for Indiana governor. Boneham has national fame as a popular contestant in the Survivor television series and has been working very hard for over a year, having campaigned in every Indiana county at least twice. His televised debate performance last week against the Republican and […]

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