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Timothy Eyer

Timothy is a graduate of Fullsail University with an Associate’s degree in Applied Science and a 2017 graduate of the Virtual Mises University in Economics. He is an amateur Civil War historian and a lifelong champion of Liberty. Mr. Eyer is Chairman of the Livingston County Libertarian Party and a member of the Libertarian Party of New York. An avid activist, he fights for 2nd Amendment rights, jury nullification, and ending the war on drugs. He is an advocate of free markets, Austrian Economics, and school choice. Timothy believes a free and voluntary society is best for a prosperous civilized nation. He is also the co-host of a weekly Libertarian minded podcast.

Libertarian Vindicator Endorsement: Joshua Smith for LNC Chair

The 2018 race for chairman of the Libertarian national committee has been particularly contentious. Mudslinging, dirty-politicking, and false allegations have surrounded this race. The two old political parties apparently don’t hold exclusive rights to these type of intraparty races. With many candidates once declared, it seems to have […]

Larry Sharpe holds GOP candidate’s feet to fire over gun rights, pick for Lieutenant Governor

NEW YORK, New York, May 24, 2018 – New York Gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe (L), has challenged GOP candidate Marc Molinaro regarding his pick for Lieutenant Governor, Julie Killian, and her positions on gun control. As seen in her debate barely one month ago with then Senate Candidate […]

Libertarian Party State Senator Moves onto General Election After Primary

  Nebraska State Senator Laura Ebke moved onto the general election last night after finishing second in Nebraska’s top-two primary for the 32nd district. Governor Pete Ricketts hand-picked candidate Al Riskowski finished in third place and will not be moving on to the general election in November. Senator Ebke who was […]

Joshua Smith Responds to Recent Allegations

(The following article is a press release by Joshua Smith in response to recent allegations)  

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