CORRECTION: It was later discovered that this report was inaccurate. Please see the updated story.
There had been some question as to whether the “majority neo-pagan” Libertarian Party of Massachusetts would put Barr/Root on the ballot based on Barr’s past anti-Wiccan activism. A highly placed source says the executive committee has voted unanimously to go forward with the official LP ticket.
Secondarily, there was some hubbub over whether Bob Barr‘s “Republican registration” may have barred him from being on the Massachusetts ballot as a Libertarian. According to Richard Winger of Ballot Access News, there is nothing to this fear, since Georgia does not have partisan registration. Winger also notes that people do not actually vote for presidential candidates anyway, but for slates of electors.
UPDATE: State party chairman George Phillies says the above report is false, and no such meeting has taken place. IPR is checking with its source for insight into the mix-up. Thanks to John P. Slevin for calling the mistake to our attention.