Daily Archives: December 26, 2015

December 2015 Liberty for America issue now online

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Massachusetts Libertarian Party chairman George Phillies publishes a monthly newsletter containing news and viewpoints related to the Libertarian Party. The December 2015 issue is now online. Some articles include “LNC Ballot Access Debate,” “Presidential candidates,” “LNC In Action,” “Beware Young Americans (allegedly) for Liberty,” and “The Free State Project is a Failure.” Read the entire issue online by clicking below:

http://libertyforamerica.com/201512.pdf

Milwaukee County Constitution Party: ‘Islam isn’t Christian!’

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Riley J. Hood, Milwaukee County Constitution Party Chairman

by Riley J. Hood  

“Finally, brethren, pray for us, that the word of the Lord may have free course, and be glorified, even as it is with you:  And that we may be delivered from unreasonable and wicked men: for all men have not faith.” II Thessalonians 3:1-2       Continue reading

Three out of four Arkansas congressional districts have no Democratic candidate for the 2016 elections

The filing deadline for the 2016 elections in Arkansas was on November 9th. Arkansas will have a U.S. Senate election and election U.S. representative in each of the state’s four congressional districts. Interestingly, only one of the four districts, the second district, has a Democratic candidate challenging the incumbent Republican. The remaining three districts have only Libertarian Party (LP) challengers on the ballot. Continue reading

Prohibition Party Ballot Access Success

After being ballot qualified in 3 states or less in every presidential election since 2000, the Prohibition Party is making amazing strides in the 2016 cycle. The presidential ticket headed by James Hedges is already qualified in Arkansas and has filed, or is ready to file, in Colorado and New Jersey. In addition, the ticket is in the process of filing in Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Assuming the Prohibition Party gains ballot status in all eight states listed above, it will represent the party’s best qualification effort since 1980. The Prohibition Party is exploring the feasibility of pushing for ballot access in several other states as well.