Newspapers across America today are running an AP story on Gary Johnson next to the news that Trump has cinched enough delegates to win the Republican Party nomination. "I'm it", Johnson is declared to declare. The headline below with the picture of Johnson is from the website and a...Read more
Libertarians, we're hiring and paying $3 per signature in Illinois, $2.50 in Pennsylvania, $2.50 in Connecticut, and need volunteers in Ohio too, right away! There are no donation links in this email (for once). Only instructions on how to get hired. Some of the work may last until September. I...Read more
Mary Matalin, the formerly Republican half of the Mary Matalin/James Carville political duo, switched to the Libertarian Party. Everyone who is anyone doing political reporting on the internet wrote about it. Video of 5QFi4kRg39g They won't be able to call her a "Republican Strategist" any longer. The news, and it...Read more
Cisse Spragins won the Missouri Libertarian Party nomination for Governor at the mock convention held this past weekend in Jefferson City. She made an impassioned call for candidates and an eloquent address to the convention. (See below.) Cisse Spragins with US Senate candidate Jonathan Dine. In other news from the...Read more
Toot Our Horn--Two Tuesdays or Too Late This Tuesday and the last Tuesday of the month are two important times to toot your Libertarian horn. This Tuesday, March 15, is the Presidential Preference Primary. Pull a Libertarian Party ballot . _____________________________________________________ The last Tuesday, March 29, is the deadline to...Read more
Glenn Gustitus. His very name speaks of the enthusiasm he brings to the Party. He is at the Secretary of State's office at this minute, filing to get his name put on the ballot as the Libertarian Party's candidate for State Representative in District 12. He did not get there...Read more
The Secretary of State's office maintains a list of candidates . The list is updated throughout the day. The filing period began last Tuesday and ends on the last Tuesday of this month.Read more
Today is the first day of candidate filing. Sean O'Toole has declared his intention to run for State Treasurer. He committed to run where needed early on. As our ticket filled in, the Treasurer's race was still wanting, and Sean fits the bill. Sean has a head for numbers. He...Read more
Theodis Brown Sr., who goes by Ted, wants to be Governor. You will find he is passionate about creating better government--if you can catch him when he has time to talk. A quiet retirement from a career he made in government service apparently does not suit him. His biography can...Read more
Missourians in any district would do well to have Bill Wayne as their State Senator. It will be up to the voters in State Senate District 21 to put him there. The only question is whether they are free thinking enough to recognize that now is the time for the...Read more
Russ Monchil first heard of the Libertarian Party from reading one of Jesse Ventura's books. He joined the Party in 2005 and has run for US Congress twice before, in 2012 and 2014. He is a Libertarian county committeeman a member of the Missouri Libertarian Party Executive Committee. Russ and...Read more
Benjamin Brixey is proud to carry the flag, this time in the 7th US Congressional District. Last election he flew our flag in the Greene County Presiding Commissioner race and pulled 5.9% of the vote in a three-way race. It's hard to believe Ben once considered himself a socialist. This...Read more
Cecil Ince is doing more than his duty this year. If he feels any need to make up for times in his 15 year history with the Party when he might not have been active, he's doing double duty now. Not only is he willing to carry the flag for...Read more
Libertarians in Missouri are fortunate to have Martin Hague carrying our flag for a second time. This time he's waving it higher. In 2010 Martin afforded Libertarians in his state representative district a candidate to vote for. Martin is a first generation American who came to the United States from...Read more
Bill Slantz hasn't stop since he started. I truly believe individuals have the right to exercise sole dominion over their own lives , he wrote in 2007. Bill first appeared on my radar screen in 2003. The year 2007 is when Bill really got started. I believe he's run for...Read more