Libertarian Party of Pinellas County Calls for the Libertarian Candidate for US Senate to Disassociate from the LPF

From the Libertarian Party of Pinellas County (Florida) website:

The Libertarian Party of Pinellas County (LPPC) calls Augustus Invictus, US Candidate for Senate, to immediately disassociate from the Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF). Seeing as the Executive Committee of the LPF failed to suspend the membership of the candidate despite a clear violation of the Non-Aggression Principle, and our affiliate was deliberately not included from participating in the vote, we have no alternative but to demand that Mr.… Read more ...

Adrian Wyllie Asks You to Change Your Voter Registration to LPF

From former Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Adrian Wyllie, reposted to Libertarian Viewpoint:

I’m very pleased and excited to announce that our quest for liberty in Florida continues to gain serious momentum.

Our candidates received record-breaking vote totals in 2014. Many of our platform policies are gaining popular support, evidenced by the 58% of Floridians who voted for medical cannabis.… Read more ...

The Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF) opposes Common Core

Press Release: (Palm Harbor, FL – Sept. 13, 2013) The Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF) overwhelmingly passed a resolution condemning the implementation of the CCSS in Florida.

Common Core was developed in an effort to create uniform standards for students across the nation. Test results will determine teacher pay, tenure, funding and student advancement.… Read more ...

Florida Libertarian Candidate Wins Partial Judgement Against LPF

Local politician sees favorable outcome in court

By Ryan Gillespie | January 24, 2013

Libertarian political activist Franklin Perez sued the Libertarian Party of Florida, seeking reimbursement of his party assessment fee.

Perez was awarded $620 in small claims court. Perez paid the party assessment fee to the LPF in order to run for District 28’s state House of Representatives seat in 2012.

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Richard Winger: Now is the Time to Ask State Legislators to Introduce Helpful Election Law Bills

Richard Winger writes in IPR comments on a previous post:

Some comments in this thread have concerned running candidates in 2014 that may result in our being on the ballot automatically in 2016. But I haven’t noticed any comment above about the more fruitful idea of asking state legislators to introduce bills in the 2013 sessions of state legislatures, lowering the vote test.

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Jo Jorgensen: Do You Remember This Scene from Lord of the Rings?

Jo Jorgensen, the Libertarian Party’s 2020 presidential nominee sent out the following fundraising pitch to her email subscribers: 

Do you remember the scene in Lord of the Rings: Two Towers with Sam and Frodo near the end of the movie?

Don’t worry – If you haven’t seen it I won’t provide any spoilers.Read more ...

Don Blankenship: Your Constitution Party Candidate for President (Campaign Update)

2020 Constitution Party presidential nominee Don Blankenship sent out the following campaign update last week:

Many Americans have learned that Democrats and Republicans legislate corruption into our laws and use that legalized corruption against American citizens.  They suppress our Constitutional rights to free speech, gun ownership, fair trials, and fair elections. … Read more ...

RCV on Ballot in Boulder Colorado

RCV is on the November Ballot in Boulder
City Elections are Poised for a Major Upgrade

“If the year 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we should never wait to improve our processes and systems. We should never wait to hear the voices of our community members and we should never wait on issues of equity and representation,” said Alli Fronzalgia to the Boulder City Council on Tuesday night.… Read more ...

Wikinews Interviews Three Third Party Vice Presidential Candidates

As part of the May 2020 edition of the Wikinews feature on the 2020 presidential election published last week, I conducted three short interviews with three vice presidential candidates.  Those candidates were Michigan Taxpayers Party chairman William Mohr of the Constitution Party, podcaster Spike Cohen of the Libertarian Party, and Angela Walker, the running mate of presumptive Green Party presidential nominee Howie Hawkins.… Read more ...

Souraya Faas Considering Run for Reform Party Presidential Nomination

Former member of the Executive Committee of the Miami-Dade County (Florida) Republican Party Souraya Faas is currently thinking about running for the Reform Party’s 2020 presidential nomination.  As reported here, the party will nominate a presidential ticket June 13 at its National Convention online.  Faas was running for the Libertarian Party’s 2020 presidential nomination but fell short at the National Convention Saturday.… Read more ...

Vermin Supreme: THE BIG SHOW!!! Polls, Debate: Vote EARLY and Vote Often!!!

2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Vermin Supreme sent out the following press release today ahead of tonight’s Libertarian Party of Kentucky presidential debate.

Hello, Pony Lovers!  We here at #TeamSupreme headquarters hope this message finds you and yours happy, healthy, and safe.  We have a bit of news to share with you!Read more ...