According to this news story at Independent Political Report, PublicPolicyPolling’s poll of the Kentucky Treasurer’s race shows the Libertarian Party nominee, Ken Moellman, at 16% in a 3-party race. The election will be on November 8, 2011. UPDATE: here is a link to the poll itself. In the gubernatorial race, independent Gatewood Galbraith is at 10%. Read more »
LZ Granderson has this column on CNN, extolling the virtues of having at least three viable presidential candidates in general elections. Granderson is a columnist both for CNN and for ESPN, and generally writes about sports.
This particular column focuses mostly on Jon Huntsman as a potential “third force” candidate, but the column is at least equally noteworthy for what it says Read more »
“Every word of a constitution is the difference between power and freedom.”- James Madison
BURNET, Texas (Aug. 29) – Taking a break from the campaign, let me offer an idea for consideration by local Libertarian Party affiliates. I offer this not as a Wrights 2012 campaign initiative, but simply as something that has been successfully used by Libertarian Party groups for promoting libertarian ideals. Not all Libertarian Party activism needs to be political actions or campaign Read more »
Last month, the New Hampshire Libertarian Party asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its election law lawsuit. The due date for the state’s response, August 29, has now passed. The state filed nothing, not even a notice that it is waiving its right to respond. However, there is never any legal requirement that the other side must respond to a cert petition. Read more »