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Party Statements

From Ohio on the New Hampshire Situation

In light of ongoing events between the Libertarian National Committee and the LP Affiliate in New Hampshire, the LPO has issued a letter to the LNC. The reasoning for this is quite simple; as an Affiliate Party ourselves, adverse extralegal conduct toward any other Affiliate threatens us as well. While we go to great lengths …

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In Response to John Brennan’s Inauguration Day Comments

In statements made on MSNBC late on the afternoon of President Joe Biden’s inauguration, John Brennan, a former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, and Assistant to the President, likened Libertarians to foreign insurgency movements, referring to us as “serious and insidious threat to our democracy …

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Gearing up for Growth – Regarding Ohio SoS Advisory 2021-01

Fellow Ohioans and Libertarians, As many of you have become aware, the Ohio Secretary of State put out guidance to the county Boards of Elections regarding the status of our ballot access. This was done following a preemptive move by the Hamilton County Libertarian Party of Ohio to place two Libertarian candidates on the ballot …

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LPO Central Committee Resolution Regarding Violent Protests

BE IT RESOLVED, The Libertarian Party of Ohio condemns the violence that occurred at our nations Capitol this past week and in our country this past year. We are a party founded upon the belief that the initiation of violence is unwarranted for the the attainment of political or social gains. We welcome those who …

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LPO Executive Committee Endorsement and Support of Ohio SB 346 ( Repeal HB 6 of 133rd GA and revive prior law)

WHEREAS, Ohio GA133 HB6 (Creates Ohio Clean Air Program) was passed and went into effect in Fall of 2019. ALSO WHEREAS, HB6 burdens Ohio ratepayers to subsidize a bailout of FirstEnergy of approximately $1 billion over the course of 6 years. ALSO WHEREAS, FirstEnergy used corporate money to bribe Ohio officials to ensure the passage …

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