While votes are still being counted in many states, the LP has already gained ballot access, and some elected officials, in some states. Below is a sample, provided in part by Richard Winger at Ballot Access News:
In Missouri, nearly 27% of voters chose either the Libertarian candidate or the Constitutionist candidate for Auditor.
In North Dakota, all 3 Libertarian Party candidates have exceeded 5% of the vote, making this the first time any minor party has met the vote test since 1996.
In Utah, the Libertarian Party retained its qualified status. Parties needed to poll at least 2% for any statewide race. The only statewide race in the state was for Attorney General. The LP candidate, Andrew McCullough, polled 3.89%.
In Wisconsin, Libertarians regained party status, which they lost in 2010.
In addition, there were some more local wins for LP candidates in Arkansas and Louisiana. From lp.org:
Several victories in Louisiana: William McBride was elected to the town council of Washington in St. Landry Parish. Henry Herford was elected as a constable in Franklin Parish. Justin Bonnette was elected as a Justice of the Peace in Vernon Parish. Chad Perry will be in a runoff for Justice of the Peace in Calcasieu Parish.
Bobby Tullis was elected as the mayor of Mineral Springs, Arkansas (nonpartisan race).
Libertarians in Arkansas have already elected two candidates today. Jacob Faught is running unopposed in his race for Benton County Township 5 Constable (a partisan race). Casey D. Copeland is running unopposed for Prairie Grove Alderman (a non-partisan race). This will be his third win in a row.