Posted on Dec 29, 2015
101 potential candidates have filed to run for office as Libertarians in Texas for the 2016 elections.
The filing deadline was on December 14. Texas has the second-earliest filing deadline for non-establishment parties, behind Arkansas, whose 2016 candidates had to file in early November. Continue reading
Anti-Virus Pioneer John McAfee Enters Libertarian Party Presidential Race
McAfee talks about his colorful life, why the country needs him, the coming cyberwar, how he has “no trouble getting press” and why, despite supporting public works projects, he was “libertarian before the word.”
Billy Roper, a White Nationalist and briefly a candidate for the 2012 presidential nomination of the now-defunct Boston Tea Party, took some time to answer questions about his recent activities and his thoughts on 2016 American Freedom Party presidential nominee Bob Whitaker and the Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
Roper is a former member of the National Alliance and is the founder of White Revolution, which folded in 2011. As covered at Uncovered Politics, he ran as a write-in candidate for governor of Arkansas in 2010, and, in addition to his Boston Tea Party candidacy, was the 2012 presidential nominee of the Nationalist Party before withdrawing from the race.