Dan Halloran is one of the members of the New York City Council and was elected on the ballot lines of the Republican Party, Libertarian Party, Independence Party, and Conservative Party. He reportedly is a member of the Libertarian Party. He is now being courted as a possible Congressional candidate by the local GOP.… Read more ...
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Dan Halloran ran for office as a fusion candidate with the Conservative, Libertarian, and Republican Parties. In addition, he attended the 2010 Libertarian National Convention and has spoken before the Queens LP in the past.
- The Councilman recently took a trip to Bulgaria at the behest of the center-right Law, Order, and Justice Party.
Dr. Tom Stevens writes at Liberty Lion:
New York City Council Member Dan Halloran represents 161,000 constituents and is the highest elected Libertarian Party official in the nation elected from a single district in a partisan race. He ran as a fusion candidate and appeared on the ballot in 2009 as the candidate of the Republican, Conservative, Independence and Libertarian Parties.… Read more ...
Ralph Nader is poking his nose into the Kentucky Senate race. From the Louisville Courier-Journal:
Nader sent a letter Wednesday to Rand Paul, the Republican nominee in Kentucky’s U.S. Senate race, asking about his positions on various legislative proposals offered by his father, Ron Paul, a Texas Republican.