Washington, D.C.—April 1, 2013—In the wake of maximum sustained interest in a real political party that cares most about winning elections, the Winner Party blasts off to victory with a salute to Honorary Chairman Dr. Scott Lieberman.
Says the visionary and Executive Detractor of Winner, “With one big bang, the Winner Party has taken the lead in America having the most elected officials of any political party—more than even the Republican and Democratic parties combined!”
When asked how this was accomplished so quickly, Executive Detractor responds “We have a big tent policy.… Read more ...
Five Texas Libertarian candidates have polled over 1 million votes in the November 2012 election.
Jaime O. Perez – Railroad Commissioner – 1,122,792
RS Roberto Koelsch – Supreme Court Place 2 – 1,280,886
Tom Oxford – Supreme Court Place 4 – 1,030,735
Mark W. Bennett – Court of Criminal Appeals Place 7 – 1,326,526
William Bryan Strange, III – Court of Criminal Appeals Place 8 – 1,313,746
William Strange is the first Libertarian candidate to receive over 1 million votes TWICE (he also did it in 2008).… Read more ...
A Libertarian response to the vice presidential debate
AUSTIN – October 12, 2012 – Paul Ryan and Joe Biden are equally bad on every major policy. It’s no wonder they were too cowardly to let Libertarian vice presidential nominee Jim Gray join the debate last night.… Read more ...
John Jay Myers speaks to 400 attendees at the Hogg Auditorium at the University of Texas at Austin. The Libertarian Longhorns sponsored the event, which led with Gary Johnson for President. John Jay Myers is the Libertarian nominee for U.S. Senate, TX, and serves on the Libertarian National Committee.
His speech is divided into ten videos, but set to play all the way through when you click the first link.… Read more ...
According to Pew Research, “Very few voters are hearing much about third party candidates in this year’s election. A quarter of voters have heard of Gary Johnson, presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party, but only 5% have heard a lot about him. Fully 74% have not heard of him at all.”
The survey goes on to note 81% have not heard of Green Party candidate Jill Stein, and 90% have not heard of Virgil Goode.… Read more ...