Category: Libertarian Party 2011 Elections

Feb 01 2012

Oregon Special U.S. House Results

Source: Ballot Access News

On January 31, Oregon held a special election to fill the vacant U.S. House seat, First District. The unofficial results: Suzanne Bonamici, Democrat, 53.96%; Rob Cornilles, Republican, 39.65%; Steven Reynolds, Progressive, 3.23%; James Foster, Libertarian, 3.16%.

In November 2010, the results for this same seat had been: Democratic Read more »

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Dec 08 2011

2011 Libertarian election results are up

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

We have tracked election results for 147 Libertarian candidates this year.

Results are now posted here.

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Nov 16 2011

Indiana Libertarian Won Partisan Race by One Vote

Source: Ballot Access News

On November 8, 2011, the town of Henry, Indiana, held partisan elections for Town Council. Each race was at-large but each race was a separate election. Two of the seats only had a Republican running. For the third seat, two candidates were on the ballot, Libertarian Dennis Denney and Republican incumbent Rebecca Hammer. The final results show that Denney received 93 votes and Hammer Read more »

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Nov 15 2011

LP Monday Message: Libertarians elected on Nov. 8

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Over 90 Libertarian candidates were in the November 8 elections.

We know of at least eight Libertarians who won!

  • Susan Bell was re-elected without opposition as Town Judge of Hagerstown, Indiana.
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    Nov 11 2011

    Libertarians in Indiana Show Strong Signs of Growth, Win Three Local Races

    Source: Libertarian Party of Indiana

    Libertarian candidates around Indiana posted strong numbers for third-party candidates on Election Day. The Libertarian Party of Indiana ran more candidates than any other state Libertarian Party at 45 candidates receiving a total of 59,510 votes.

    Most notably, three candidates scored a victory: Read more »

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    Nov 10 2011

    Libertarian Polls 31.5% for Virginia Legislative Seat

    Source: Ballot Access News

    On November 8, Virginia elected its legislature. Libertarian Party nominee Mike R. Kane, running in the 41st House seat in Fairfax County in a two-person race, polled 31.5% of the vote. The incumbent Democrat, Eileen Filler-Corn, won the election. The Washington Post had endorsed Filler-Corn and had dismissed Kane with a single sentence, that he “is no match” for the incumbent, without Read more »

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    Nov 10 2011

    Libertarian Party: November 8, 2011 election updates

    Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

    We’ll be posting some results and commentary as results come in this evening and tomorrow. Keep checking back.

    [November 10, 10:15 am ET]
    Libertarian Roger Fritz was re-elected as mayor of Roland, Iowa as a write-in candidate.
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    Nov 09 2011

    Greens, Libertarians Win Some Local Elections, Including Some Partisan Elections

    Source: Ballot Access News

    The Libertarian Party’s web page, and Green Party Watch, each have election results for November 8, 2011 elections. See here for the Libertarian Party list and here for Green Party Watch’s list.

    Libertarians won partisan elections in Indiana and Pennsylvania, and non-partisan elections in Ohio. The Green Party won a partisan election in Connecticut, and Read more »

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    Nov 09 2011

    Kentucky Election Returns

    Source: Ballot Access News

    On November 8, Kentucky elected its statewide constitutional officers. For Governor, the vote is: Democrat Steve Beshear 55.6%; Republican David Williams 35.4%; independent Gatewood Galbraith 9.0%.

    For Treasurer, the vote is: Democrat Todd Hollenbach 48.7%; Republican K. C. Crosbie 46.7%; Libertarian Ken Moellman 4.6%. See here for more Kentucky Read more »

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    Nov 08 2011

    Indianapolis Libertarian Party Incumbent Defeated

    Source: Ballot Access News

    Indianapolis City Councilman Ed Coleman, who changed his registration to the Libertarian Party, was defeated in his reelection bid. The results, with all precincts reporting, are:

    JACK E. SANDLIN (REP) 4,760 75.68%
    ED COLEMAN (LIB) 1,530 24.32%
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