This year, our emphasis will be on putting Liberty in Action, focusing on affiliate development and [read more]
March 9, 2014
The Libertarian Party of Ohio filed a federal lawsuit on March 8, 2014 regarding the rejection of Charlie Earl as the Libertarian Party’s candidate for governor. It appears the Secretary of State Jon Husted searched and found yet [read more]
GA, MO, NH, OH, OK, and WV LPs are having their state conventions this weekend. If anyone in any of these states is able to provide live updates please do so in the comments here. Please also post links to any twitter feeds, photos, videos, [read more]
Republican Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signs law to preempt voter referendum.
On February 27, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed a bill, HB 2196, to repeal a highly restrictive ballot access law passed in 2013. Republicans championed the [read more]
Note: The article below places a great deal of emphasis on the alleged Democratic Party involvement with the Libertarian Party of Ohio’s [read more]
This is an editorial from IPR’s owner, the 2010 LP candidate for Governor of New York.
Debate participation is a [read more]
Here is another region report, which was prepared for the quarterly meeting of the Libertarian National Committee, which is meeting this weekend in Alexandria, Virginia. It is for Region 2, which is comprised of Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee. The report is from Vicki [read more]
From Ballot Access News:
On March 3, a hearing will be held to determine if the Ohio Libertarian Party primary petitions for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General should be invalidated. Elections officials had already determined the petitions have enough valid signatures. The requirement for these petitions is 500 signatures, and any registered voter who didn’t vote in another party’s primary in 2012 can sign. However, there are restrictions on who can circulate such petitions. Out-of-state circulators can work on these petitions, but if the circulator is an Ohio resident, he or she must not have voted in the primary of another party. See this story.
From the article cited, written by Jim [read more]