(NEW ORLEANS) The pre-Convention meeting of the Libertarian National Committee was called to order at 4:08pm with five minutes for public comment. 2016 Vice-Presidential nominee, Governor Bill Weld was present (shown seated in the far center of the photo, in the gallery along the back wall), but did not make any public comments prior to leaving partway through the meeting). … Read more ...
Long-time Libertarian activist Chuck Moulton has taken the time to compile the voting records, both roll-call and email, for the members of the Libertarian National Committee for the past two-year term. This information should be helpful in making choices of whom a delegate might wish to vote back onto the committee.… Read more ...
I’m running for secretary of the Libertarian Party. I’d appreciate your vote at the Libertarian Party National Convention 2014 — Columbus, Ohio — June 26–29, 2014. If you want to endorse me, comment below or email / message / call me.
I’ll post campaign materials in the next couple days.
Chuck Moulton is the chair of the Libertarian Party of Virginia. The following was published July 16, 2013 on Cato Unbound.
Governments have historically done a terrible job administering monetary systems. Through a gradual inflation, the U.S. dollar has lost 96% of its purchasing power in the last 100 years.… Read more ...
Libertarian Party candidates for governor, House earn spots on Virginia ballot
Posted by John Riley
June 28, 2013 2:21 PM | Published on MetroWeekly.com
Move over, Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli: there’s a third candidate on the ballot in the governor’s race this November.
The Libertarian Party of Virginia announced Thursday that its gubernatorial candidate, Robert Sarvis, obtained the 10,000 signatures of registered Virginia voters needed to earn a spot on November’s ballot.