LNC Members Propose Holding POTUS/VP Nominations By Electronic Balloting

Some breaking news tonight as it appears a big chunk of the Libertarian National Committee has agreed to a compromise that would allow delegates to vote for the Presidential and Vice-Presidential nominations by electronic balloting on June 6-7. Following Saturday's LNC meeting the party leadership voted to postpone the upcoming convention to an in person... Continue Reading →

Libertarian Party Postpones National Convention; Planning To Have An In Person Convention By July 15

The Libertarian National Committee met today to discuss the status of their national convention which was set to take place the weekend of Memorial Day in Austin, Texas. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has reared its ugly head and forced the LNC to consider alternatives. The national committee considered and adopted a proposal to "Move to... Continue Reading →

A Virtual Convention is the Only Realistic Option for the Libertarian Party

Today the Libertarian National Committee will be meeting to discuss contingencies for the 2020 National Convention which has been attacked by the current pandemic. The host site for the convention in Austin has cancelled the event due to the ongoing threat of the coronavirus and the national leaders of the party have a decision to... Continue Reading →

Justin Amash: People Want a President ‘Who Is Normal, Honest, Practical, Capable.’

Following Tuesday's announcement that he would be seeking the Libertarian nomination for President Justin Amash has sat down for numerous interviews. One in particular provides the deepest insight into the Congressman's politics, thinking, and reasoning to run for President. Reason sat down with Congressman Amash for about an hour long interview. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wl3sTacc68

Justin Amash Capturing National Attention for His Libertarian Run for President

Congressman Justin Amash's announcement on Tuesday that he would be seeking the Libertarian nomination for President has drawn the enthusiasm of Libertarians, but also has drawn the attention of the national media. Right away major publications and news outlets have run stories about the Congressman and his bid to take on the two major parties.... Continue Reading →

Justin Amash Receiving Overwhelming Support of Libertarians in Recent Polls

Congressman Justin Amash announced his intention to seek the Libertarian nomination for President of the United States Tuesday. This has been rumored back to July when he resigned from the Republican Party and became an independent in Congress. The support for Amash to run as a Libertarian has been growing over the past 9 months... Continue Reading →

Justin Amash is the Right Choice for America and the Libertarian Party

The 2020 Presidential election is turning out to be one of the most dynamic in modern political history. With the Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the news cycle and the major party candidates having the highest unfavorable ratings in recent history, many in this country can’t stomach the idea of casting their votes for either of them.... Continue Reading →

The United States Congress Now Has A Libertarian Representative

With the official announcement from Justin Amash that he would be seeking the Libertarian nomination for President he also officially switched his voter registration to the Libertarian Party. With this switch the United States Congress officially has three parties represented. There will now be an (L) next to Justin Amash’s name when he is represented... Continue Reading →

Jacob Hornberger’s Open Letter to Libertarians

Dear Fellow Libertarian, For 30 years, I have battled for liberty in the educational arena as founder and president of The Future of Freedom Foundation, a non-profit educational foundation whose mission is to present the principled case for libertarianism (and which, as a non-profit, does not endorse my candidacy). Last November, I decided to seek... Continue Reading →

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