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Arkansas Libertarians File Lawsuit Against New Ballot Access Restriction, Receive Newspaper Coverage

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Help keep the Libertarian Party on the Arkansas ballot in 2020!

Once again, the Libertarian Party of Arkansas will have to collect petition signatures to become a “new” political party in 2020. The state’s election laws put obstacles in our way, but we are committed to growing the party’s influence as a clear voice of Liberty in Arkansas politics.

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Jim: Libertarians set new third party record for ballot access coming out of 2018 midterm

Another infographic from Jim from his dataset at https://imgur.com/a/YsovX illustrates the new record Libertarians set for alternative (“third”) party ballot access coming out of 2018 midterm:

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Jim: comparing voter registration trends of current nationally organized third parties in the US since 1970

Good news for Libertarian Party from 2018 election

Comparing Qualified Party Status for Libertarian, Green and Constitution Parties, Relative to Four Years Ago

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Comparing Qualified Party Status for Libertarian, Green and Constitution Parties, Relative to Four Years Ago

Ballot Access News reports:

Libertarian Party: compared to the day after the November 2014 election, has gained qualified status in D.C., Kentucky, Massachusetts, New York, and Oklahoma. Compared to November 2014, it has lost status in Alaska, Maryland, North Dakota, and Wisconsin.

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Independent Arkansas on how Libertarians can maintain ballot access

LP.org blog:


Mark West

If the 2018 gubernatorial candidate for the Libertarian Party of Arkansas receives at least 3 percent of the vote, the party will retain ballot access for the first time in its history. An Aug. 2 article by Independent Arkansas highlights the campaign of Mark West, a potential LPAR candidate for governor in 2018, and explains the importance of that percentage threshold.… Read more ...