Tag Archives: Patrick Dixon

Libertarian Party of Texas To Host Debate: Low Tax Versus No Tax

Big Decision, Big Debate on Saturday June 29


On Saturday, we have a very important decision to make.  We are about 83% towards our goal to make that decision.  I am asking you to join me.

I am making a $1,500 donation toward hiring an executive director for the Libertarian Party of


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Libertarian Party of Colorado Interviews Texas LP Chairman Patrick Dixon

The Libertarian Party of Colorado state convention was held on May 17-19th, 2013 in Aurora in conjunction with the Libertarian State Leadership Alliance (LSLA) annual conference. From the Libertarian Party of Colorado:

LNC Chairman Geoffrey Neale and LNC Executive Director Carla Howell both spoke, as well as former LPCO Chairman Penn Pfiffner, who gave the Keynote speech on Saturday.

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Johnson Campaign Endorses 26 More Candidates

The following Media Release from the Gary Johnson Campaign includes 1 Gubernatorial, 4 US Senate, 10 US House, 1 State Senate, 7 State House and 3 other candidate endorsements.

The campaign has also announced monthly conference calls for all interested endorsed candidates as well as all other Libertarian candidates requesting or considering requesting endorsement by the campaign.  … Read more ...

Republicans and Democrats Woo, Cajole, Intimidate Libertarian Candidates

From: Patrick Dixon, chair of the Libertarian Party of Texas

AUSTIN, TEXAS – September 13, 2010 — It has been recently reported that some Libertarian candidates have withdrawn from the November elections. It has also been suggested that threats and intimidation from incumbent politicians, and Republicans in particular, are the cause of these withdrawals.… Read more ...

Libertarian Candidate Withdraws and Endorses Republican

Libertarian Party candidate for state representative Tom Gleinser has withdrawn from the race and endorsed the Republican challenger in an apparent attempt to unify the anti-incumbent vote.

Libertarian Tom Gleinser, who was challenging the reelection bid of incumbent state Rep. Patrick Rose, announced today he has withdrawn and will back Republican Jason Isaac.

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