Tag Archives: Nolan Chart

Brian Ellison Drops Out of 2020 Libertarian Presidential Race, Endorses Supreme

Earlier this week, construction estimator Brian Ellison of Michigan dropped out of the race for the Libertarian Party’s 2020 presidential nomination.  He endorsed performance artist Vermin Supreme.  Ellison, who is best known for his pledge to provide homeless people with firearms during a 2018 bid for US Senate, is currently seeking the office of Secretary of the Libertarian National Committee (LNC).… Read more ...

Video: How NOT to Bring in New Libertarians

From Doug Scribner, by way of the Advocates for Self-Government:

Sharon Harris writes,

Here’s a great way to improve your libertarian outreach: watch this short and hilarious video showing how NOT to do it!

“What NOT To Say At A Libertarian Party Outreach Booth,” is a wonderful video by award-winning filmmaker Doug Scribner, with the help of some very talented friends.

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David Nolan – LP Founder – Passes Away

Sources close to David Nolan tell IPR he passed away last night.

Mister Nolan is survived by his Wife Elizabeth.  IPR does not have information about other famly members.

No cause of death is known at this time, confirmed by the same sources.

Mister Nolan was one of the original founders of the Libertarian Party. … Read more ...

Libertarian Party HQ assistance request: Plotting members of Congress on the Nolan Chart

Email to me and several other people from LP Exceutive Director Wes Benedict:

I would love to see an updated chart like this: http://freedomdemocrats.org/files/2006%20Nolan%20Chart.GIF (P: for explanation, see http://freedomdemocrats.org/node/812)

We used something similar in Texas: http://www.lptexas.org/retired/docs/LegislativeScoreboard2007.pdf

I don’t have time to do it.
Thanks,


Wes Benedict, Executive Director
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Nolan Chart: New Hampshire’s turn for an Independent?

Excerpt from an article by Tully below. In addition to the independent candidates mentioned in the article, Joe Kennedy is running in Massachusetts, and the Moderate Party of Rhode Island fits the general theme of moderate independent alternatives in New England.


To the south of New Hampshire, Independent candidates are polling ahead of Democrats and Republicans in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island.… Read more ...