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State-by-State Results of IPR’s 2016 LP Presidential Preference Poll

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With IP analysis complete, IPR can now release the official state-by-state results of its August 12-19 survey, which gauged reader preference for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination field.

In the poll, voters were asked to chose one of the following individuals, who at the time, were either running or had expressed an interest in running for the 2016 LP presidential nomination:

Results released in late August showed former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson as the overwhelming preference of the poll’s 166 participants.… Read more ...

IPR 2016 Libertarian Party Presidential Preference Survey Results

Using SurveyMonkey, IPR conducted three polls from August 12-19 gauging reader preference for those running or interested in running for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination.  With each individual listed in alphabetical order, readers chose between:

In the three polls, participants were asked to rate the viability of the above individuals, to rank each based on personal preference, and to select one (or none) as their preferred choice for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination.… Read more ...

IPR’s 2016 Libertarian Party Presidential Preference Poll

The following is the first official Independent Political Report poll concerning the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination.

The only individuals included in this poll are those who are either officially running for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination or have expressed interest in running for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination.… Read more ...

‘Dapper Don of Dirty Deeds’ Re-Registers Libertarian, Vilifies NY Libertarians

From an article at the Examiner.com:

Roger J. Stone Jr, the celebrated political consultant, lobbyist and strategist, and youngest staffer on Richard Nixon’s 1972 re-election campaign, announced Wednesday that he has quit the Republican Party.  Stone – who has been noted for his use of opposition research for Republican candidates – is now registered as a Libertarian.… Read more ...

Warren Redlich: Johnson’s Poor Choice of Friends

From an email sent to IPR:

Dear IPR,

I know the Gary Johnson / LP thing is brewing and thought [some of the IPR readership] might be interested in my two cents.

I used to be a fan of Gary Johnson. This arose mainly out of his public opposition to the War on Drugs.… Read more ...

Dr. Tom Stevens: Is There Anti-Muslim Sentiment In The Libertarian Party of Queens County & The New York Libertarian Party?

Found in Dr. Tom Stevens’ blog, Liberty Lion

It is very hard to know what people think about Muslims and Islam and whether they harbor prejudices. It is even more difficult to know the motivations behind actions taken that could be perceived by some to reflect negative opinions or sentiments about certain groups of people.… Read more ...

Chair of LPNY gives update on Warren Redlich’s vote tally lawsuit

Redlich v. NY Board of Elections

I am sorry to advise that on June 15, 2011, Albany County Supreme Court Justice Richard Platkin granted defendants’ motion to dismiss the Article 78 (mandamus) challenge to the Board’s final determination of Warren Redlich’s vote total six months earlier on purely procedural grounds.

Both Warren and I felt strongly that that the confusion created by placing more than one party’s candidate for the same office in the same column, the intentional and/or negligent undercounting of military and absentee ballots and the likelihood that various local county boards of election failed to count every vote cast after the results were known warranted review by the judiciary; unfortunately Justice Platkin chose not to consider any of our arguments on the merits of the lawsuit.

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Warren Redlich Eyes Move To Florida

Between Roger Stone, Guilderland politics, income taxes, and the cold weather, Warren Redlich has had enough. Reid Epstein of Newsday reports:

Warren Redlich, the Libertarian Party ‘s 2010 candidate for New York governor, said he is moving to Florida because of fliers that attacked him during last fall’s campaign. As a result, he said he won’t seek public office again until his children graduate from high school.

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New York Libertarians sue for ballot access, accuse state of failure to count votes

From New York LP chair Mark Axinn via LP blog:

Libertarian Party Candidate Files Lawsuit against NYS Board of Elections for Failure to Count Votes

Warren Redlich, the Libertarian Party’s candidate for Governor of New York in the 2010 election, today filed a lawsuit in Albany County Supreme Court against the New York State Board of Elections, directing the state agency to cease ignoring votes cast for the Libertarian Party.

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Libertarian Party Did Not Poll 50,000 Votes for Governor of New York

from Ballot Access News
Libertarian Party Did Not Poll 50,000 Votes for Governor of New York

originally published on December 13th, 2010

On December 13, the New York State Board of Elections certified the election returns from the November 2, 2010 election...the Libertarian Party nominee for Governor, Warren Redlich, did not receive as many as 50,000 votes.  Therefore, the party is not ballot-qualified for 2012 and 2014.  The election returns are now posted on New York State Board of Elections web page.  See here for the gubernatorial returns.… Read more ...

Good news for Libertarians in NY

from Ballot Access News
New York City Final Official Vote Count is 17% Higher than Election Night Tally

December 2nd, 2010

New York state is still tallying the official results for the November 2, 2010.  However, the New York city Board of Elections has just finished its tally.  According to this story, its final official count of the number of votes cast is 17% higher than the total reported a few days after the election.… Read more ...

Eric Sundwall: ‘Long live the Libertarian Party’

Eric Sundwall in the Examiner:

While some partisans lick their chops in anticipation of their new political spoils and others their wounds from electoral battle, Libertarian Party members of NY and activists are scrambling to determine if in fact they may have ballot status. Reminded of the 1998 effort of the Working Families Party that woke up the next day with forty five thousand votes, long time third party activists like the Greens Mark Dunlea has reminded this Redlich staffer that miracles can happen outside Lake Placid in New York.… Read more ...