[NOTE: Steven Thomas Sadowski a registered Libertarian in Massachusetts, recently called for a purge of all anarchists from the Libertarian Party. Rick Caldwell, an active LP member in Virginia, wrote a response. IPR readers may be interested in this discussion because the topic seems to come up a lot here and elsewhere.]
FORMER NATIONAL LIBERTARIAN PARTY CHAIRMAN AND NOTED BALLOT ACCESS ADVOCATE BILL REDPATH ENDORSES GOV. GARY JOHNSON FOR PRESIDENT
March 17, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT — Bill Redpath, a long-time Libertarian Party leader and nationally-respected advocate for fair third-party ballot access, has endorsed Gov. Gary Johnson for the Libertarian Party nomination for President.… Read more ...
A Libertarian candidate for state Senate has sent an email to his campaign manager’s estranged ex-wife, threatening the loss of her home and custody of her daughter if she went public about a child support issue with the campaign manager.
Loser provided some of the most memorable moments in the forum by holding aloft what he called “a bag of weed” to demonstrate what he termed the damage of government drug laws to families that run afoul of them. He also caused a stir in the studio audience by suggesting that public school teachers are overpaid, a sentiment that Sturtevant, who is married to a teacher, countered to applause.
It is with great pleasure that I formally announce my candidacy for Virginia’s House of Delegates 20th District. Though I did not get elected last year, I gained a lot of experience and look forward to running again. I am very proud of my campaign last year and look to bring that momentum to this race.… Read more ...
“SARVIS QUALIFIES FOR BALLOT FOR U.S. SENATE! Virginia voters now have the opportunity to reject the big-govt, big-money, cronyist status quo. Vote for a Virginia and an America that’s Open-minded and Open for Business!
RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – If it seems like there are more Libertarians entering the political arena this election year that’s because there are –so far at least ten have announced they are running for office, according to the official party website.
The final debate in Virginia last night between Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli didn’t feature Robert Sarvis, the libertarian candidate who has frequently brushed double digits in polling. George Will does his best to make up for this, writing that Cuccinelli is far from the best choice for Virginia, and effectively endorsing Sarvis.