Winners Tell All! What it’s like to be elected as a Libertarian

Wendy Hewitt, Bob Karwin and Kalish Morrow speak out about winning, challenges and the future of libertarianism in California Peter Moulds, LPC, February 2021 Last November, California led the country in electing Libertarians for office. Although California has the largest population of any state, our achievement of six elected Libertarians is well beyond the expected…

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LIBERTARIAN PARTY OF CALIFORNIA ANNOUNCES ITS POSITIONS ON STATE PROPOSITIONS

CONTACT: PeteMoulds Communications and Marketing Committee Chair (916) 446-1776; cmc@ca.lp.org SACRAMENTO, CA (OCTOBER 19, 2020) – The Libertarian Party of California has announced its positions on the twelve State of California 2020 Propositions. The positions stated in the voting guide below were recently endorsed by the Libertarian Party of California Executive Committee. Mimi Robson, Chair…

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An Interesting History of Presidential Debates

By Joey Marra 1972 A new FCC ruling extends “equal time” provisions to presidential debates. As a matter of practicality, this largely necessitates presidential debates be hosted by a neutral third-party. 1976 The nonpartisan League of Women Voters (LWV) steps in to be that neutral party and to ultimately host the first televised presidential debate…

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