Vermont Libertarian Party on the ballot for 2016

 

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Green: on ballot, Blue: process underway to get on ballot, Red: not on ballot yet

Lp.org:

The Vermont Libertarian Party is officially on the ballot for 2016, as it successfully organized in 10 towns recently.

To be a recognized party in Vermont, a political party must organize in at least 10 towns between September and December in the year preceding a general election, or one of its statewide candidates must get at least 5% in a general election.

Click here to read the press release.

The Libertarian Party now has ballot access for the 2016 Presidential election in 31 states.

Click here to view the ballot access map.

 

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