Jun 27 2011

Wikinews interviews U.S. Libertarian Party potential presidential candidate R.J. Harris

Source: Wikinews (posted June 17)

R.J. Harris, a potential candidate for the U.S. Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination, took some time to speak with Accredited Wikinews Reporter William Saturn about his campaign and issues positions.

Read the interview here.

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Jun 27 2011

Wrights interview on Wikinews

Source: wrights2012.com

By Brian Irving

Lee Wrights was interviewed by Wikinews reporter William Saturn for a series he is writing on 2012 Libertarian presidential candidates. Saturn asked 10 personal questions and 10 policy questions. Read the full interview here.

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Jun 27 2011

LP Monday Message: Order Declarations today

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Please order high-quality glossy color copies of the Declaration of Independence for just 5 cents each today. (Minimum $10 donation required.)

We need your order ASAP so we can get them to you by Saturday at the latest. Independence Day is next Monday!

These Declarations are perfect to hand out at neighborhood picnics, parades, and especially at Fourth of July fireworks celebrations where people are sitting around for an hour waiting for it to get dark. Read more »

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Jun 27 2011

Nate Silver Suggests that Jon Huntsman Might be Independent Presidential Candidate in 2012

Source: Ballot Access News

Nate Silver, author of the 538 blog carried by the New York Times, says here that it is conceivable that Jon Huntsman might be an independent presidential candidate in 2012. Even more plausible is that Huntsman might be the eventual presidential nominee of Americans Elect Party. Thanks to Nancy Hanks for the link. Read more »

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Jun 27 2011

Thomas Robert Stevens, Objectivist Party Candidate For President, Files Statement Of Candidacy With Federal Election Commission

Source: Liberty Lion (drtomstevens.blogspot.com) (posted June 23)

Thomas Robert Stevens has formally declared his candidacy for President of the United States in 2012, by filing a Statement of Candidacy (FEC Form 2) with the Federal Election Commission on June 13, 2011. He was assigned Candidate ID #P80005655.

The Objectivist Party held its National Convention from May 29-30, 2010 in St. Louis, Missouri. Read more »

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Jun 27 2011

Carl Person Biography

Source: Liberty Lion (drtomstevens.blogspot.com)

Carl Person, a Harvard Law Graduate who founded the Paralegal Institute and who is seeking the Libertarian Party’s Presidential Nomination in 2012, has published the following biography to provide some insight regarding his background and experiences:

Let me introduce myself.

My name is Carl Person and I am a candidate for the Libertarian Party nomination for President in 2012. Read more »

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Jun 27 2011

Ohio Secretary of State Won’t Decide Fate of Minor Parties Until After Omnibus Election Law Bill Clears Legislature

Source: Ballot Access News

Starting in 2008, the Constitution, Green, Libertarian and Socialist Parties have been ballot-qualified in Ohio, not because they submitted a petition, or met the vote test, but because the old ballot access law was declared unconstitutional in 2006 and the state hadn’t replaced it.

The legislature is now considering HB 194, which ostensibly cures the constitutional defects. Read more »

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Jun 27 2011

Ralph Nader Writes 5-Page Summary of How Pennsylvania State Courts have been Incompetent on Ballot Access

Source: Ballot Access News

Ralph Nader has written this five-page letter to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, setting forth the story of incompetence and dishonesty by most members of that Court, over the past seven years, in relation to Pennsylvania’s petition-checking procedures and the Court’s handling of the issue. Read more »

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Jun 27 2011

Republican Warren Redlich Will Not Consider Supporting A Libertarian Presidential Candidate Until Ron Paul Fails To Obtain The Republican Nomination For President In 2012

Source: Liberty Lion (drtomstevens.blogspot.com)

Warren Redlich, the New York Libertarian Party’s nominee for Governor in 2010, has stated in an e-mail to Carl Person, who is seeking the Libertarian Party’s Presidential Nomination in 2012, that he’s “a Ron Paul guy” and will only consider focusing on the LP candidate “if Ron Paul does not get the GOP nomination”. Read more »

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