Tag Archives: Libertarian Party of Missouri

Cecil Ince Resigns from Missouri Libertarian Party in Light of Molestation Comments

Cecil Ince, who ran for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination among other offices, resigned from the Libertarian Party of Missouri Wednesday after controversial Facebook posts about sexual intercourse between adults and 13 year olds were uncovered.  In addition, Ince was removed from his position on the advisory panel for special education at the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.… Read more ...

Jo Jorgensen: Important Announcement about Saturday’s Debate … And Other News

2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen released the following statement today concerning the next Libertarian presidential debate tomorrow and various campaign updates:

One week from today, the Libertarian National Convention will come to order, online rather than in Austin. I have one week to reach every delegate and alternate and convince them I’m the right person to represent the party.… Read more ...

Jonathan Dine wins Libertarian Party primary for U.S. Senate in Missouri

Original article published earlier today at American Third Party Report:

On August 2nd, 2016, four states held primaries for statewide and federal offices. In one of those states, Missouri, the Libertarian Party held a primary for U.S. Senate. In the relatively low-turnout election, Jonathan Dine emerged victorious over small business owner, former Lake Annette City Alderman and 2014 Libertarian congressional candidate Herschel L.… Read more ...

Chief Wana Dubie running for U.S. Senate in Missouri

WanaDubie Political activist Chief Wana Dubie, who ran for the Missouri state legislature as a Libertarian in 1994 and 2006 but whose 2008 gubernatorial bid was rejected by the party, announced Wednesday that he will run for U.S. Senate as an independent. According to The Salem News, he told a crowd of about 100, “It’s going to be Dubie versus Blunt in 2016.… Read more ...

Results for Third Party Candidates in Missouri’s 8th District Special Election

On June 4th, the special congressional election in Missouri’s 8th district was held was held. The reason for it was due to the resignation of Representative Jo Ann Emerson January 22nd to become the President and CEO of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Republican Jason Smith, a member of the Missouri House of Representatives, easily cruised to victory.… Read more ...

Libertarian and Constitution Party Candidates Included in Missouri Special Congressional Election Debate

The special election for Missouri’s 8th congressional district will be held on June 4th. On May 28th, a debate was held featuring all four candidates on the ballot: Republican Jason Smith, Democrat Steve Hodges, Libertarian Bill Slantz and Constitution Party candidate Doug Enyart.

After the debate, Bill Slantz commented the following on his Facebook page:

This past Tuesday I participated in the first and only official debate during this special election.

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LP: Libertarian Bill Slantz calls to end DHS, TSA, EPA, DEA, IRS in MO congressional race

Posted on Lp.org on May 31, 2013: 
Bill Slantz
Bill Slantz,
LP Missouri
Candidate for
Congress

Bill Slantz is ready to cut the size and scope of government drastically, and he’s taking that message to the people of Missouri in his Libertarian Party campaign for a congressional seat representing the state’s Eighth District.

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Libertarian Bill Slantz, Special Missouri Congressional Election Candidate, Releases Campaign Facebook Page

On May 15th, Bill Slantz, the Libertarian Party candidate in Missouri’s 8th district special congressional election on June 4th, created a campaign Facebook page. It is below:

https://www.facebook.com/BillSlantzForCongress

Other candidates running in the election are Republican Jason Smith, Democrat Steve Hodges and Constitution Party candidate Doug Enyart.

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