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Rhode Island Libertarians Will Challenge Ballot Access Denial

The Rhode Island Libertarian Party issued a press release last week announcing their intention to challenge the state’s denial of ballot placement to Elijah Gizzarelli and Corey Vechhiarino, two of the party’s endorsed candidates for office.

Elijah Gizzarelli is running for governor and formerly served as the Region 2 Field Director for the 2020 Jo Jorgensen presidential campaign.… Read more ...

Petitioners Owed Thousands by the Sharpe Campaign

Nina Pineda of WABC’s 7 On Your Side recently writes that Larry Sharpe is under scrutiny for failing to pay tens of thousands owed to petitioners. In her report, Pineda found that Sharpe owes dozens of petitioners approximately one thousand dollars each for their work in collecting signatures to put him on the ballot.… Read more ...

MAPPED: The Best Performing Libertarian Presidential Candidates by County

Our favorite Twitter mapmaker Nick (@Mill226) has been graciously allowing us to republish some of his maps here on IPR. If you find these kinds of visualizations interesting, you should definitely follow him on Twitter.

As a special commission for IPR, we’ve asked Nick to do a set of maps comparing the Libertarian Party’s showings in presidential elections from 1996 to 2020.… Read more ...

Wyoming Governor Signs First Ever Tri-Partisan Bill

Press release from the Libertarian Party:

On Wednesday, March 9th, at approximately 2pm MST, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed four bills into law, including HB 81, the state’s first ever tri-partisan piece of legislation. Libertarian Representative Marshall Burt authored the Operation of Motorcycles – Disabled Persons bill which received the maximum number of co-sponsors from Republicans and Democrats and passed every reading in the House and Senate without a single vote against it before making its way to the governor’s desk.… Read more ...