Jul 30 2012

Thursday: Online Town Hall with Gov. Gary Johnson & Women’s Rights Activist Ann E. W. Stone

Source: GaryJohnson2012.com

Thursday, August 2, 2012

6:00 pm PDT/ 7:00 pm MDT/ 8:00 pm CDT/ 9:00 pm EDT

Please join Governor Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee, for an online town hall Thursday evening, 9 p.m. EDT/ 6 p.m. PDT.

Joining Governor Johnson is special guest Ann E. W. Stone. Ms. Stone is one of the original Read more »

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Jul 30 2012

New Gary Johnson Video: “Live Free”

Source: GaryJohnson2012.com


YouTube video link


Gary Johnson, two-term governor and Libertarian Presidential candidate, knows that a President Read more »

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Jul 30 2012

Johnson Endorsement Update and Invitation To Candidate Conference Call

Source: Independent Political Report

Salt Lake City — For Immediate Release;

In an email to over 300 Libertarian Candidates sent earlier today, the GaryJohnson2012 campaign announced its next conference call to be held this Wednesday evening among those candidates endorsed by the campaign, Governor Johnson and other key campaign staff. Updated information was also provided about the process for requesting an endorsement, a new Facebook Page for Read more »

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Jul 30 2012

Minutes From Coalition For Free and Open Elections Meeting of July 15, 2012

Source: Coalition For Free and Open Elections (thanks to Ballot Access News for this news)

Baltimore, MD

Attendees:

Tom McLaughlin, Reform Party
Phil Huckelberry, Green Party
Jean Miller, Constitution Party
Richard Winger, Libertarian Party Read more »

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Jul 30 2012

U.S. District Court Invalidates Virginia’s Ban on Out-of-State Circulators

Source: Ballot Access News

On July 30, a U.S. District Court ruled that Virginia’s ban on out-of-state circulators is unconstitutional. The case is Libertarian Party of Virginia v Judd, eastern district, 3:12cv367. Here is the decision. Thanks to Marc Montoni for this news. The ACLU did this case for the Libertarian Party.

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Jul 30 2012

Libertarian Party Sues District of Columbia Over Ban on Out-of-District Circulators

Source: Ballot Access News

On July 30, the Libertarian Party filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against the District of Columbia ban on letting out-of-district circulators work in Washington, D.C. The case is Libertarian Party v Nichols, 12-1248. Here is the complaint.

Only six states still ban out-of-state circulators for all minor party and independent candidate petitions: California, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. South Dakota Read more »

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Jul 30 2012

July 2012 Ballot Access News Print Edition

Source: Ballot Access News

Ballot Access News
July 1, 2012 – Volume 28, Number 2

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Jul 30 2012

Several Cochise County, Arizona, Candidates Seek Americans Elect Nomination by Write-in at Primary

Source: Ballot Access News

Americans Elect is a ballot-qualified party in Arizona, with its own primary. The primary will be held on August 28. Already it had been known that two candidates had filed for U.S. House in the Americans Elect primary. Now it appears some candidates are also seeking the party’s nomination for county office in Cochise County. They will run as write-ins in the primary. Each only needs one write-in vote to receive the nomination (as long as they defeat anyone else who wants the same Read more »

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Jul 30 2012

Jesse Ventura: “If They Allow Johnson To Debate, You Could See Him Win”

Source: Independent Political Report

Former Independent Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura was interviewed on Coast to Coast AM by host George Noory for two hours this past Wednesday.

In comments transcribed below, Governor Ventura repeated his endorsement of Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson. He also discussed the ballot access and presidential debate challenges faced by Third Party candidates generally, his offer to run with Ron Paul should Dr. Paul Read more »

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Jul 30 2012

We Ask America Shows Gary Johnson at 2 Percent In Ohio Poll

Source: Independent Political Report

. . . we asked each participant: “If the election for president were held today, for whom would you vote?” We’ve included Libertarian Gary Johnson to test the impact of a third-party candidate on what may be a very tight race. . . . What pops out immediately is the high percentage of self-described Republicans who say they will vote for Barack Obama.

Libertarian Gary Johnson scored just over 2 percent of the votes of those polled. Read more »

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