2013 Convention Report Liberty Moving Forward—Splendid Event
by Mary Buzuma
Assembly in Grand Rapids at the Hilton Grand Rapids Airport on Saturday June 15, 2013. Scott Haggerstrom, Director of Americans for Prosperity Michigan addressed us on “Michigan Right to Work.” Changes to the LPM Platform and Bylaws were made.… Read more ...
Scotty Boman (pictured above with Gary Johnson) is a perennial Libertarian Party candidate and longtime activist in Michigan. He last ran for U.S. Senate in 2012, coming in third place with 1.82% of the vote.
On June 21, Rosanne Koss, a Southfield Township Trustee, announced that she had changed her party affiliation from Republican to Libertarian. See this story. Southfield Township Trustee elections are partisan. The population of Southfield Township is 14,547. It is in Oakland County.… Read more ...
Clerk Winfrey Fails To Remove Duggan In Spite Of Court Ruling
Detroit, MI – Last week former Detroit Mayoral front-runner Mike Duggan ended his campaign after the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that his early filing violated the Charter of the City of Detroit.… Read more ...
Detroit City Clerk
Detroit, Mich., has been a city in decline for years, but Libertarian Scotty Boman is ready to help turn that around in his campaign for city clerk. In this position, Boman would oversee city records and elections, and his plans to increase government transparency would allow citizens to make informed decisions about how taxpayer funds are wasted and where they can make dramatic cuts to city spending.
Scotty Boman is a Libertarian Party activist and college professor from Michigan. He ran as the LP candidate for US Senate in 2008 and 2012 and for Secretary of State in 2010. In 2008 he received 76,347 votes , or 1.57%. In 2010 he got 58,044 votes, or 1.83%, and 84,480 votes, or 1.82% in 2012.… Read more ...
These public officials collaborated with the Republican Party to subvert the rule of law by keeping 2012 Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gov. Gary Johnson off the Michigan ballot in the November election
Former CNN investigative reporter and Radio & Records Washington Bureau Chief Pat Clawson is a candidate for the Michigan State Senate. He is running in District 27, the Flint area, as a member of the Libertarian Party ticket, with support from people in the local Tea Party.… Read more ...
A poll conducted in Michigan registered support for the Green Party and Libertarian Party in that state at 3% and 8%, respectively. The U.S. Taxpayer’s Party of Michigan, the Constitution Party’s affiliate in the state, was not included in the poll.
Thinking about the following political parties and groups that are getting involved in political issues these days, which group best reflects your views?