September 11, 2013- Libertarian candidate for NJ Governor, Ken Kaplan spoke at NORML NJ’s event “Stronger than the Drug War.” He presented his views on medical and recreational use of marijuana.… Read more ...
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Candidate for Governor
Ken Kaplan, Libertarian Party candidate for governor of New Jersey, has a bold plan to reduce the size and scope of government in his state, beginning with phasing out the state income tax.
June 26, 2013 (from New Jersey Libertarian Party)
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NEWS RELEASE from KENNETH KAPLAN, Libertarian Party Candidate for Governor
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A long-time supporter of marriage equality, Kenneth Kaplan, Libertarian Party candidate for Governor, applauded the two Supreme Court decisions on that subject today. “This is a great day for Americans of all sexual orientations.… Read more ...
From Ballot Access News, June 14th:
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New Jersey requires 800 valid signatures for independent candidates, and the nominees of unqualified parties. This year the Libertarian gubernatorial petition for Ken Kaplan had 1,033 signatures, and the Peace & Freedom gubernatorial petition for Willie Araujo had 1,372 signatures. Democrats challenged the validity of both petitions, but after a court hearing, Democrats withdrew their challenges.
Currently, in the November 5, 2013 elections in New Jersey, the New Jersey Libertarian Party has eight candidates running.
Kenneth Kaplan for Governor
Steven J. Uccio for State Assembly, 14th district
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StevenJUccioForAssembly
Sean O’Connor for State Assembly, 14th district
Patrick McNight for State Assembly, 16th District
The New Jersey news website NJ.com reports, “The Libertarian Party candidate for governor and five New Jersey voters joined independent candidate Chris Daggett in filing a lawsuit today challenging the state’s balloting system.” Daggett says it is “unfair for the Republican and Democratic parties to automatically get the two top spots on ballots in the general election.”… Read more ...
According to PolitickerNJ, ten “independents” – meaning an independent or a minor party candidate under New Jersey state law – have filed to run in the race for New Jersey governor. The deadline to file was yesterday, as were the primaries for the Democratic and Republican Parties. The independent and minor party candidates are:
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former state Environmental Protection Commissioner Christopher Daggett, Libertarian Kenneth Kaplan, Kinnelon attorney Gary Steele, former Princeton school board member Joshua Leinsdorf, Alvin Lindsay Jr.
from Ballot Access News
New Jersey Libertarians Run Ken Kaplan for Governor
April 26th, 2009
On Sunday, April 26, the New Jersey Libertarian Party nominated Ken Kaplan for Governor. Kaplan had also run for that position as a Libertarian in 1993.