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Elected Libertarians panel added to LP.org homepage

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Elected LibertariansThe LP website has a new addition! In order to get to know our elected officials better, there is now an "Elected Libertarians" section that was recently added to the right side of our homepage.

Many Libertarian officeholders have their name, picture and a brief biography listed for viewers to see.… Read more ...

Constitution, Green and Libertarian Party National Offices Release More Names of Party Members Elected to Office Last Week

Ballot Access News:

The Green Party national office has released a list of party members who were elected or re-elected last week. As noted at this site earlier, Ben Chipman was elected to the Maine legislature [p: as an independent], and the party won three important elections in California: in Richmond; Mendocino County; and Hollister.… Read more ...

Hagerstown, Indiana – Elected Libertarian Central

Mark Rutherford at LP blog:

Hagerstown, Indiana is a hotbed of elected Libertarian activity.

It is a community of 1800 people, the community center of a significantly populated rural area and has Libertarians elected to partisan office.

It is the home of Rex Bell, Wayne County Libertarian Chair, and the winner of the 2010 Thomas Paine award for his literary efforts in communicating libertarian ideas.… Read more ...

LP Monday Message: 149 elected Libertarians, help find more

LP blog:

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Nationwide, there are 149 Libertarians holding elected public office. 36 of them are partisan offices, and 113 are non-partisan offices. You can view the entire list here.

If you know of an elected Libertarian who is not on this list, please email us at info@lp.orgRead more ...