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Posts tagged as “Nicholas Sarwark”

New Hampshire Libertarian Candidates Win Democratic Primary Races

Two Libertarian candidates in New Hampshire organized successful write-in campaigns to win county positions on last Tuesday’s Democratic primary ballot.

Nicholas Sarwark and Richard Manzo, who already met the requirements to appear as Libertarian candidates in the Hillsborough County Attorney and Treasurer elections before last Tuesday’s primary election, will now also appear on the ballot as the official Democratic nominees.Read more ...

Reason Magazine: Inside the Mises Caucus Takeover of the Libertarian Party

Earlier today Reason Magazine published the following 31 minute video documentary of the “Reno Reset.”

Those interviewed by Reason Magazine editor-at-large Nicholas Gillespie include, in order of appearance: LNC Chair Angela McArdle, former Congressman Justin Amash, Scott Horton, former LNC Chair Nicholas Sarwark, Randyn Tarnoff, Michael Heise, Dave Smith, Jeremy Kauffman, Brianna Coyle, Tom Woods, Avens O’Brien, and 2020 LP VPOTUS nominee Spike Cohen.… Read more ...

Mises PAC Report Not Signed By Treasurer, FEC Requests Info, Audit Possible


Photo: Todd Hagopian, July 2021 Mises FEC Report signator

As reproduced below, Jamie Timmie, Senior Campaign Finance Analyst with the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) in a letter dated 20 October 2021, states:

“Your report(s) was not signed by the Treasurer,”

and directs Kyle Burton, the (former?)… Read more ...

Alabama Police Confront Sarwark: Initial Result – Sarwark 1, Government Officials 0

Petitioning in Alabama
Mobile AL post office, Photo Credit, Nicholas Sarwark.

In a social media post yesterday, Nicholas Sawark, who is gathering signatures for Libertarian Party Ballot Access in Alabama, shared the following about an initial success in enrolling the local police in assisting the Libertarian Party of Alabama in educating ill- (or mis-) informed government officials about his right, and the right of others to peacefully do so on a public sidewalk, outside a local post office.… Read more ...