Nebraska: Five Libertarians meet “mentioned in national news” standard to be on May 10 primary ballot

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Other candidates may petition onto the primary ballot with 300 signatures.

2 thoughts on “Nebraska: Five Libertarians meet “mentioned in national news” standard to be on May 10 primary ballot

  1. Sean Scallon

    Are there any other states which will have primaries with Libertarian Presidential candidates competing against each other like Nebraska?

  2. Andy Craig Post author

    Yes. NC does. MO will have one. CA has one, but it’s actually after the national convention. I don’t know off-hand the full list. Around a half-dozen or so states I want to say.

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