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Nanna Chosen Libertarian Region 3 Representative

ORLANDO, July 11 Libertarian Party activist Dustin Nanna, of Delaware, OH, was elected Region 3 Representative on the Libertarian National Committee at a caucus of the region’s delegates to the ongoing Libertarian National Convention in Orlando yesterday. The caucus included both delegates physically present in Orlando and delegates participating online, a special one-time concession made on …

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Condemning Racism and Violence

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECONTACT: Harold Thomas – harold.[email protected] COLUMBUS, OHIO – The LPO condemns systemic racism and violence against people of color. The murder of George Floyd under color of law demonstrates the pervasive nature of unjust treatment by authorities charged with preserving justice and peace. The treatment of protestors both at the Statehouse, in other …

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Libertarian Party Nominates Jo Jorgensen

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Jo Jorgensen has been nominated as the Libertarian Party Presidential candidate in the first-in-the-nation virtual presidential nominating convention. 1046 delegates participated in the convention. The Libertarian Party will be on all 50 ballots and have the opportunity to vote for Jo Jorgensen.  In the age of social distancing, the Libertarian Party has shown …

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Libertarian Presidential Caucus Results

Columbus, Ohio – Libertarians in Ohio have voted on their preference for the party’s 2020 Presidential nominee. The online caucus close on Saturday and results were posted on votefreeohio.com. Jacob Hornberger won with 51% of the vote in the 8th round of Instant Runoff Voting,  The caucus used a style of voting called Ranked Choice Voting, where …

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Libertarians Call for Easier Voting Options

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  COLUMBUS, Ohio –  In the wake of delay of the scheduled March 17 primary election and the associated chaos caused by the on-again, off-again announcements, the Libertarian Party of Ohio is calling for more flexible voting provisions to ensure that every Ohioan has a fair and equal chance to cast a ballot.  …

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