Bill Still was a candidate for the Libertarian Party’s 2012 presidential nomination. He dropped out before the convention and later that year unsuccessfully ran for an open Libertarian National Committee at-large position. Before his campaign, Still was a journalist who wrote for USA Today among other papes. He now has a popular YouTube channel with 157,000 subscribers.… Read more ...
From a media release from the Boston Tea Party:
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23 December 2011 – bostontea.us
The Boston Tea Party’s Presidential Nominating Convention concluded after 2 days with the Vice Presidential nomination going to a 2nd round of balloting.
Tiffany Briscoe (Maryland) was chosen as the Presidential nominee on the first round of voting.… Read more ...
From a media release on Mon, May 16, 2011, by the Roger Gary 2012 campaign:
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For confirmation, contact:
Jake Porter, 515-783-0729 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Daiell, (713) 777-1776 or JeffDaiell@Yahoo.com
Texas Libertarian Roger Gary [Formally] Announces Presidential Campaign
Promises Restoration of Civil Liberties, Free Markets, and a Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy
(SAN ANTONIO) Roger V.… Read more ...
Informational Article: List of Websites of active candidates for the 2012 Libertarian Presidential Nomination:
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2012 websites that haven’t been updated in years:Read more ...
WASHINGTON – In its most recent FEC report, for the period ending March 31, 2011, the Libertarian Party reported $284,882.95 in cash with $0 in debt. At the same point four years ago, the party reported $21,962.37 in cash with $31,589.74 in debt.
Libertarian Party Chair Mark Hinkle said, “Four years ago, we were $10,000 in the red.… Read more ...
An article from Jim Burns, Libertarian for President:
Many libertarians act as if they believe that the purpose and highest value of the Libertarian Party (LP) is democracy: Also, that the LP should speak with one duly elected voice. Many believe that the reason for the lack of success of the LP is sometimes a Libertarian “spokesperson” is perceived as a kook, screwball, and/or creepy and thereby has destroyed the message of the LP.… Read more ...
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Jim Duensing for President
It has long been whispered in Libertarian circles that when we
Libertarians actually get a hold of even a small bit of power, we become
everything we despise.
There is no better example of that long whispered adage than the
Libertarian Party of Nevada’s meeting on Cinco de Mayo.… Read more ...
From an article on Libertarian Strategy Monthly:
RJ Harris has joined a growing list of potential candidates who have declared an interest in running for the Libertarian Party 2012 Presidential nomination. While avoiding announcing at this time, RJ told Libertarian Strategy Monthly that he plans on running.
From a release by Jim Burns, who is seeking the Libertarian Party nomination for President:
I offer the following 251 words about United States foreign policy:
I agree with these words of Carl Schurz “My country, right or wrong; if right, to be kept right; and if wrong, to be set right.”… Read more ...
Via Punk Patriot: Ralph Nader on CSPAN:
In regards to a possible 2012 presidential run, Nader says he is looking for another progressive candidate to get behind, but has not yet decided whether he will run himself again if he can’t find one that is willing and suitable. He brings up the unfairness of debate exclusion and ballot access barriers, and says he has a new “debate strategy” which he does not elaborate on.… Read more ...
Speaking on WYBS radio this morning, former Libertarian Party of Nevada and Libertarian State Leadership Alliance chair Jim Duensing confirmed that he is seeking the Libertarian nomination for President of the United States.
Duensing supporters were seen at the Libertarian Party of Nevada convention this past weekend wearing Jim Duensing for President T-Shirts.… Read more ...
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I’m a Clinton White House alum who had hoped President Obama could usher in the debate we need. It’s hardly all his fault that we’re not there, but I’m convinced the parties’ interest groups and “thought police” make real progress impossible without a new force that shakes things up.