Jeffrey A. Clark is a local tea party activist in Virginia’s 5th District, and he’s threatening to run for Congress in a swing district as an Independent candidate–but only on one condition. If a particular candidate wins the crowded GOP primary, he’ll run, and that candidate is state Senator [read more]
The latest poll in the US Senate race in Florida put Independent candidate, and sitting Governor, Charlie Crist ahead. The three way poll, conducted by the St. Petersburg Times, Miami Herald, and Bay News 9, puts Crist ahead with 30%, above the Republican candidate, [read more]
The Mississippi Personhood Amendment has turned in 130,000 signatures and made it onto the ballot. The Constitutional Amendment process in Mississippi is one of the most difficult in the nation. The initiative will be on the ballot in 2011.
The Green Party of Texas today submitted 90,000 signatures to get on the ballot as a qualified party. The requirement for ballot access in Texas this year was 43,991, meaning the Green Party of Texas submitted more than double the number of needed [read more]
Posted by Tom Knapp at c4ss.org. In addition to writing for IPR and numerous other places, Knapp is: Chair, St. Louis County (Missouri) Libertarian Central Committee; Appointed Libertarian federal officeholder (Selective Service System); Five-time Missouri Libertarian [read more]
Dear Friend of Liberty,
In just a few days, Libertarians from around the country will converge on St. Louis to help set the direction for our party.
Delegates to the convention will vote on such things as our bylaws, platform language, and [read more]