Tag Archives: arizona libertarian party

L. Neil Smith: Stop Censorship Now

L. Neil Smith, a Libertarian Science Fiction author and activist, posted the following statement on his Facebook page yesterday.  Smith was actively involved in the early Libertarian Party and unsuccessfully sought the party’s 2000 presidential nomination, though the Arizona Libertarian Party placed his name on the ballot that year as the party’s nominee. Read more ...

Arizona: 4-way U.S. Senate candidates’ debate set for Sept. 26

Posted at Libertarian Party blog by David Nolan:

KTVK-3TV in Phoenix has scheduled a debate that will include all four of Arizona’s ballot-qualified U.S. Senate candidates: John McCain, Rodney Glassman, (Green -p) Jerry Joslyn and myself. It will run without commercial interruption from 6pm to 7pm on Sunday, Sept. 26. This is most likely the only debate that McCain will agree to participate in.… Read more ...

AZ: Libertarian Barry Hess calls for “paring down government” in gubernatorial debate

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From AZ Central:

Hess, a currency trader from Glendale, has sought to win public office for years. Over the past decade, he has run for governor and senator, and even sought the Libertarian Party’s nomination for president in 2002.

On Wednesday, he clearly articulated the differences between himself and his opponents, occasionally providing some levity with well-crafted lines.

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Libertarian David Nolan: ‘Arizona’s U.S. Senate Race Offers a Unique Opportunity’

David Nolan at Libertarian Party blog:

Perhaps more than any other contest this year, the battle for the seat currently held by John McCain offers an opportunity to contrast the ideas of liberty with the big-government philosophy that now dominates the GOP.

Arizona held its primary election on August 24, and the results are interesting, to say the least.Read more ...

David Nolan interview with Sedona Times

David Nolan at Libertarian Party blog:

Sedona, Arizona is an upscale resort town about 80 miles north of Phoenix. Yesterday a reporter from the Sedona Times interviewed me about my U.S. Senate race. All things considered, it turned out pretty well.


“I think, as certainly close to a majority of Americans realize now,” Nolan said, “that we have serious economic problems.… Read more ...

David Nolan at Libertarian Party blog: ‘An evening with JD Hayworth’

David Nolan at Libertarian Party blog:

David Nolan cactusLast night I attended a rally for J.D. Hayworth, the right-wing Republican challenger to John McCain. I did so only because I was invited by his Southern Arizona Coordinator, and I wanted to see what kind of support he’s drawing, what their issues are, and so forth.Read more ...

Arizona: Gubernatorial Candidates Cry ‘Foul’ on Citizen’s Clean Elections Commission

Emailed to contact.ipr@gmail.com:

For Immediate Release: Phoenix AZ, August 3, 2010: 3 candidates in the Arizona governor’s race charge that the CCEC does not adhere to its publically groomed image of “champion of the little guy” and “leveler of the playing field”.

In a joint complaint sent to the Citizen’s Clean Elections Committee today, Libertarian Gubernatorial candidates Barry Hess, Ron Cavanaugh and Bruce Olson leveled a number of questions at the CCEC regarding the apparent disparity between the CCEC sponsored Republican and Libertarian debates, citing a 50% difference in the length of time and a lack of pre-event promotion of the Libertarian debate by the CCEC even though both debates had the same number of candidates.… Read more ...

Boston Tea Party endorses Libertarian Barry Hess for Governor: “Restoring Freedom for Arizonans”

Emailed to contact.ipr@gmail.com by Darryl Perry, Boston Tea Party National Committee Chair. Barry Hess is seeking the Libertarian Party nomination for Governor of Arizona and has run for office several times as a Libertarian.


By a vote of 5-1 (with 1 not voting) the Boston Tea Party National
Committee endorsed Libertarian Barry Hess for Governor of Arizona.… Read more ...