(The following was published on KLAXTV.com.)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana – The NAACP will honor Libertarian Party of Louisiana Chairman Scott A. Lewis III this Saturday. The ceremony will take place at the Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge from 9am to 2pm.
Mr. Lewis has served the LPL since 2008 and became its first African American Chairman in 2013. … Read more ...
Wendy Adams, Executive Director of Libertarian Party of Louisiana
Found on Facebook
Posted to klax-tv.com
Libertarian Party of Louisiana Supports Marijuana Legalization
January 27, 2014 9:54 am , KLAX TV, ABC 31
Wendy Adams, Executive Director, Libertarian Party of Louisiana
Baton Rouge, Louisiana (January 28, 2014) – Wendy Adams, Executive Director for the Libertarian Party of Louisiana (LPL), testified in favor of marijuana legalization before the House Criminal Justice Committee last week.… Read more ...
Henry Herford was the Libertarian Party nominee in the special congressional election for Lousiana’s 5th district held on October 19th, 2013. The election was a jungle primary, so all candidates were included on the same ballot. There were a total of fourteen candidates: two Libertarians, one Green, two “Other”, as well a dabbling of both a few Democrats and Republicans.… Read more ...
From Daily Paul:
Submitted by Keith Thompson on Fri, 10/04/2013 – 16:09
This was just released by the Libertarian Party of Louisiana and I thought some here may be interested:
Delhi, Louisiana (October 4, 2013) – The former two-term governor of New Mexico has endorsed Congressional Candidate Henry Herford for Louisiana’s 5th District special election later this month.
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posted by Staff on September 12, 2013
Libertarian for Congress,
Louisiana 5th District
Henry Herford Jr., famous among Ron Paul supporters and the former Louisiana Republican state committee chair-elect, is running for Congress as a Libertarian.
In 2012, he was knocked down by Shreveport, La., police acting on the orders of state GOP officials to block his talking.
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From Ballot Access News, August 17, 2013:
Louisiana holds local partisan elections on October 19, 2013. Filing has already closed. Gregory King, a registered Libertarian, is the only candidate who filed for Justice of the Peace, ward 3, in Lincoln Parrish. In Louisiana, when only one candidate files for an office, the election is canceled and so King has been elected.… Read more ...