Scores of Libertarians running for federal, state, and local office have pledged to advance Americans’ rights to privacy, personal freedoms, justice, and self-defense.
Today in Rhode Island, the last state where Libertarians needed to petition, the Secretary of State website confirms that Libertarians Gov. Gary Johnson and Gov. William Weld will be on the ballot this November, making it official that the ticket will be on all fifty state ballots, plus the District of Columbia.
While verbal reports from Rhode Island SOS representatives confirmed the party’s ballot access on September 12, they did not update their website until today, showing that Libertarians had turned in more than the 1,000 valid signatures needed to qualify.
Libertarian State Representative Max Abramson released the following statement today on the events surrounding the September 11th attack:
Fifteen years ago today, our nation was attacked, leaving 3,000 Americans killed. The fallout and illness from that has led to the deaths of thousands more.
Our hearts and prayers go out to the many families, close friends, and coworkers who lost loved ones as the result of that tragic event.
While the American people are demanding drug peace and self-ownership, the DEA is headed in the wrong direction with kratom.
By Nicholas Sarwark
Libertarian National Committee Chair
CONCORD, N.H. — The leading third party candidates for president — Libertarian Gary Johnson and the Green Party's Jill Stein — will appear on the New Hampshire ballot in November.
Both have submitted the necessary 3,000 signatures to be listed on the ballot as presidential candidates. Ms. Stein's supporters delivered stacks of paperwork to the Secretary of State's office Friday; Mr. Johnson had already qualified. The election is Nov. 8.
Both Democratic councilor Van Ostern and Republican Chris Sununu voted in a 3-2 majority to give over half a million in taxpayer money to Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, a Burlington office outside of the state of New Hampshire.
ALEXANDRIA — The Libertarian Party opposes the No Fly List, "no buy" lists, and other such lists where the government infringes on a person's rights without due process of law.
In recent years, the federal government has used "the war on terror" as an excuse to encroach on our most fundamental human rights.
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND (June 20, 2016) – Tony Jones, state director for the Libertarian Party’s Johnson | Weld 2016 campaign, calls upon the Brown University’s Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy to include third party presidential candidates in their future polls.
Other poll this week indicates he pulls more from Clinton than Trump.
Brian Doherty|Jun. 9, 2016 6:36 pm
The Libertarian Party's presidential candidate Gary Johnson has long insisted that the presidential debates are key to his ticket's success. And getting into the debates, through the front door anyway, requires polling at 15 percent in five (as yet unnamed) reputable national polls.
He's inching closer to that goal with today's announcement of his highest even national poll total, with 12 percent from Fox.