From this week’s Evans-Novak Political Report:
The key question on the libertarian side of the ledger will be the strength of former Georgia Rep. Bob Barr, the Libertarian nominee. … Barr sees his strongest region being the Mountain West, where Nevada and Colorado sit on the edge of the McCain-Obama battle. Barr could tip those states in Obama’s direction if he gets just 2 percent. … The fear of Barr swinging his home state Georgia to the Obama column is overblown.
Actually, Nevada and Colorado could swing on less than 2%. They’re just that close now.
A strong libertarian campaign — especially one with a Nevadan on the ticket — focusing on two issues that have particularly vexed Bob Barr could easily make the [read more]
In a post Thursday evening, Dave Weigel wrote at Reason Hit & Run that Libertarian vice presidential nominee Wayne Allyn Root “e-mailed me to explain what he’s up to. ‘The miracle of modern media allows me to campaign across the counry from my home offices in [read more]
Asked on CNN Headline News’s Glenn Beck about the possibility of endorsing Libertarian Bob Barr for president, Rep. Ron Paul said, “I have not made that decision as of now, no. I haven’t endorsed anybody for the presidency. We’re mainly working on a [read more]