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No Libertarian ballot line for Murkowski

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Alaska Crossover Candidate Update

Ballot Access News reports that “on the evening of August 3, the Alaskan Independence Party nominated Norm Olson for Lieutenant Governor, at a party committee meeting. However, the meeting did not choose a new gubernatorial nominee. Don Wright, a party stalwart for decades, had won the party’s gubernatorial primary and he is still the gubernatorial nominee.… Read more ...

Alaska Libertarians to Sen. Murkowski: No Thank You!

Publius at Big Government Blog:

Since her election night loss to conservative Joe Miller, Sen. Murkowski and her political allies have floated the idea of her switching to the Libertarian Party to continue her run for reelection. Apparently, Sen. Murkowski is fairly flexible in her political loyalties and inclinations. (Her past support for libertarian policies has certainly escaped us.)

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Libertarians meet on Murkowski; keep their girlfriends in the dark…

….According to Sean Cockerham in the Anchorage Daily News

A decision was reached but the board members apparently swore secrecy.

”I can’t discuss that right now with absolutely anyone. Not even my girlfriend,” Party Vice Chair Harley Brown said.

For background, see:
Alaska: Will The Libertarian Party Sell Out Its Principles To Win A Senate Seat?Read more ...

Alaska: Will The Libertarian Party Sell Out Its Principles To Win A Senate Seat?

Think Progress:

In a stunning upset, Tea Party activist and Sarah Palin-endorsee Joe Miller appears to have upset incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) in Tuesday’s Republican primary election. Though there are still around ten thousand absentee ballots yet to be counted, analysts agree it is unlikely Murkowski will be able to close her 1,668 vote deficit.… Read more ...

Strong Libertarian voter registration in Alaska

Libertarian Party blog:

The Associated Press reports:

Libertarians have picked up the most additional voters in Alaska over the past year. The state Division of Elections reports about 6,530 more registered voters in the state on Aug. 3 than on the same date a year earlier….

Among the categories seeing gains, Libertarians led the pack, with nearly 2,440 more voters than a year earlier.

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Alaskan Independence Party and Alaska Libertarian Party cross-endorse

Press release sent to contact.ipr@gmail.com:

In an historic and bold move, a new bipartisan coalition has been
formed in Alaska for election 2010, at least in the battle for four
seats in the Alaska Legislature, including that of Speaker of the House.
The Alaskan Independence Party (AIP) and the Alaska Libertarian Party
(ALP) have both agreed to endorse and support each others candidates for the Alaska Legislature this year.… Read more ...