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Will Hammer: Put the Hammer Down on Your Virginia Ballot

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From a media release by Virginia LP candidate Will Hammer:

It is with great pleasure that I formally announce my candidacy for Virginia’s House of Delegates 20th District. Though I did not get elected last year, I gained a lot of experience and look forward to running again. I am very proud of my campaign last year and look to bring that momentum to this race.… Read more ...

Major Virginia Paper Criticizes Governor’s Attack on 3rd Party Ballot Access

From an article posted on Ballot Access News, on April 18, 2012:

The Richmond Times-Dispatch has this editorial, commenting on Governor Bob McDonnell’s requests to the Virginia legislature to alter certain bills that the legislature earlier sent to him. At the end of the editorial, the writer criticizes McDonnell for suggesting that HB 1151 be altered.

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Moulton: Open Letter To LNC Regarding Floor Fees

Chuck Moulton, the new chairman of the Libertarian Party of Virginia, today released an Open Letter to the National Committee regarding floor fees.

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Bill Redpath Debates his Democratic Party Opponent

Ballot Access News:

On August 23, Bill Redpath, Libertarian Party nominee for U.S. House, Virginia’s 10th district, debated his Democratic Party opponent, Jeff Barnett. See this story. The third candidate in the race, incumbent Republican Frank Wolf, did not participate. Thanks to Melinda Moore for the link. Redpath is somewhat well known nationally because he was the chair of the Libertarian National Committee 2006-2010.… Read more ...

Libertarian Party Candidates Bill Redpath and Stuart Bain featured in Virginia Examiner

Libertarian Party blog:

The Roanoke Civil Liberties Examiner interviews Libertarian congressional candidates William Redpath here and here, and Stuart Bain here and here.

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