Tag Archives: Andrew McCullough

Libertarian AG Candidate Endorsed By Utah State Senator After Dem AG Candidate Drops Out


Utah Libertarian Attorney General Candidate Andrew McCullough has been endorsed by current Democratic Utah State Senator (and former Utah Democratic State Party Chair) Sen. James Dabakis.

The endorsement follows the withdrawal of Democratic Candidate Jon Harper who cited health concerns for his last-minute decision (it is now too late for the Democratic Party to substitute a candidate, other than as a write-in, on the November ballot).  … Read more ...

Gary Johnson Campaign Endorses First Dozen Libertarian Candidates


2 June 2012 – Salt Lake City – Gary Johnson 2012 Campaign Headquarters


Governor Johnson is pleased to announce, on behalf of himself, Judge Gray and the Johnson/Gray2012 Campaign, his endorsement of the following candidates:

(Note: additional endorsements to follow as various State Libertarian Parties hold conventions and nominate additional candidates.)… Read more ...

Q Salt Lake: ‘Andrew McCullough: Libertarian and Loving LGBTs’

JoSelle Vanderhooft in Q St Lake (excerpts):

McCullough, a Utah County attorney whose clients have included members of the adult entertainment industry, is a member of one of the country’s fastest growing political parties — and one of the state’s most colorful; its candidates have, at various times, included professional hypnotists, outspoken fans of marijuana and Dell “Superdell” Schanze, the former owner of Totally Awesome Computers (who made a failed bid in 2008 as the Libertarian candidate for governor, and who ran as a Republican this year).

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‘Utah’s Gay and Lesbian News & Entertainment Magazine’ profiles Libertarian candidate for Attorney General

In a lengthy article, QSaltLake profiles Andrew McCullough, the Libertarian candidate for Utah Attorney General. You can read the article here, and an excerpt is posted below:

“The assumption is that gay men are going to cause trouble, that if you don’t watch them they’ll fondle you or I don’t know what,” he said.

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