Apparently rumors are floating that several delegates are planning on nominating Justin Amash today during the Libertarian Convention being held by Zoom. https://twitter.com/nickgillespie/status/1264218982388817924 I think Nick Gillespie asks the million dollar question. If he is nominated would he even accept the nomination being that he bowed out last week? We are watching and waiting to... Continue Reading →
Today is the second day of the online Libertarian Party convention where they will be picking the Presidential ticket for the 2020 Election. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcD_q4kvp_c
The Libertarian Party delegates will begin nominating and voting today on the Presidential and Vice-Presidential candidates and chose the ticket of the party for the 2020 election. There is no question in our mind who the vice-presidential candidate should be and that is Larry Sharpe. Mr. Sharpe is one of the most dynamic figures in... Continue Reading →
As the eyes of the Libertarian world are on the Presidential nominating process this weekend there was some other big news coming out of the Libertarian Party world. The race to replace current LNC chair Nick Sarwark is a hot race with a few dynamic candidates. It is an important race enough for Congressman Justin... Continue Reading →
The Libertarian Party is currently live in their first day of an online convention to select the party’s Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates. Here is the livestream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_2X3UOdKcs What we have noticed while watching is that a handful of delegates are trying to derail the Chair Nick Sarwak as he attempts to get the convention... Continue Reading →
The Libertarian Party can grow while maintaining our core values, any candidate who doesn’t believe that should not be running for the Presidential nomination. Principles do not make up for toxicity and our party has plenty of toxic personalities to go around. There is no need to enable more of them.
As you may know, the Libertarian National Committee voted on May 9 to hold an online presidential nominating caucus this coming Memorial Day weekend, to be followed by an in-person convention July 8-12 in Orlando, Florida, during which all other convention votes and business will be conducted. This compromise was arrived at in order to allow more time for... Continue Reading →
With Justin Amash out of the race it was easy for us here at The Liberty Herald to decide who should get our support for the Libertarian Party nomination for President. We initially endorsed Jacob Hornberger for the nomination before Amash and are proud to re-endorse the principled candidate for President. Here was our initial... Continue Reading →