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Fight against LP cost Ohio GOP $592,000

Charlie Earl The Associated Press reports that “a recent court filing showed the Ohio Republican Party’s legal bills in the challenge to 2014 Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Charlie Earl are nearly $600,000 — nearly double the amount previously disclosed.”

The state GOP said in March that payments to the law firm of Zeiger, Tigges & Little for the disqualification effort totaled $300,000.… Read more ...

Legal Brief Filed to Restore LP Ohio Governor Candidate to the Ballot

This past week, an attorney for the Libertarian Party of Ohio, Mark R Brown, filed a motion to expedite a court case asking that Charlie Earl be reinstated as the LPO’s candidate for governor to the November 4, 2014 ballot.

The 19-page brief explains the situation well. For additional information re: Ohio’s attempts to keep Libertarians off the ballot, please see:

Ohio Libertarians Lose Ballot Access
Ohio Libertarians Say GOP Schemed
Charlie Earl Qualifies for Governor Race
Libertarian Party of Ohio Files Suit
Looks Like We Have Big Problem in Ohio

Here is the brief which was just filed:

LPO2013MotionToExpedite(stamped) (1)Read more ...

Ben Swann Interviews Rejected Ohio Libertarian Governor Candidate Charlie Earl

Charlie Earl

March 9, 2014

The Libertarian Party of Ohio filed a federal lawsuit on March 8, 2014 regarding the rejection of Charlie Earl as the Libertarian Party’s candidate for governor. It appears the Secretary of State Jon Husted searched and found yet another reason to keep Libertarians off the ballot by ruling that signed petitions were not valid because the petitioner neglected to fill in the name of his employer.Read more ...

Hearing held on Ohio Libertarian governor candidate’s ballot status

Charlie Earl 

Note: The article below places a great deal of emphasis on the alleged Democratic Party involvement with the Libertarian Party of Ohio’s petitioning process. 

Libertarian governor candidate challenged 

March 4, 2014

Herald Star Online

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Lawyers sparred Tuesday over whether a Libertarian gubernatorial candidate in Ohio is qualified for the May ballot, a dispute whose outcome could affect Republican Gov.… Read more ...

Lori Stacey: 3rd Party candidates emerging to restore the constitution

Lori Stacey, Constitution Party of South Dakota activist

October 6, 2013


At this point in our nation’s history, it is going to take bold leadership in order to stop this train from going over a cliff. Major party candidates continuing to offer, at most, a little tapping on the brakes here and there is just not going to stop this train from continuing in a dangerous direction toward imminent destruction.… Read more ...

Charlie Earl: The Con-Con Con

By Charlie Earl, 2010Libertarian Candidate for Ohio Secretary of State. Forwarded to IPR by Ohio LP chair Kevin Knedler.

On May 25th, 1787, a number of delegates assembled in Philadelphia for the expressed purpose of correcting some deficiencies in the Articles of Confederation, the national document of law and purpose for the United States of America.… Read more ...

Ohio Tea Party Groups, Newspapers and More Endorse Libertarian Candidates

Sent to contact.ipr@gmail.com and posted at TPID:

The North Central Ohio Tea Party announced yesterday that they are endorsing four Libertarian candidates for their respective offices: Charlie Earl for Secretary of State, Matthew Cantrell for state Treasurer, Jeffrey Blevins for 16th Congressional District, and Robert Brent Vollmer for Court of Appeals, 5th District.… Read more ...

Ohio Libertarian Charlie Earl: ‘Liberty Manifest’

Emailed to contact.ipr@gmail.com by Charlie Earl, Libertarian Candidate for Ohio Secretary of State:

Attached is a memo that I wrote in anticipation of the release of Tom Woods’ “Nullification.”

Charlie Earl

Libertarian Candidate for Ohio Secretary of State

To my Libertarian, Tea Party, 912, We Surround Them, WeByFor and other affiliated and like-minded friends and Patriots:

Let me begin by acknowledging that is has been twenty-eight (28) years since I last ran for public office.… Read more ...