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Say no to a permanent tax increase!

Franklin County is considering making its temporary quarter-penny sales-tax hike permanent. Officials figure people have already been paying it, so they won’t notice the pinch. Besides, it’s for a good cause: government. We appreciate that county officials’ hearts are in the right place — they see endless social-service needs and desirable community investments that an …

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2017 LPO Election News

While we wish we could report more victories, the 2017 elections had some bright spots for Ohio Libertarians.  More importantly, the results demonstrate a growing interest in the Party and bodes well for our ability to maintain our Party status once we complete our Ballot Access Petition drive. Assuming the courts enforce the law and …

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LPO attends Students for Liberty Convention

On November 4th three members of the LPO were fortunate enough to attend the Student for Liberty Regional Conference hosted at The Ohio State University. We were very grateful for the invitation to represent the Libertarian Party of Ohio. Despite a modest attendance, the quality of the crowd was apparent and while walking the hall where …

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Issue 1: Marsy’s Law

After careful deliberation, the Libertarian Party of Ohio has taken a position in opposition to State Issue 1. The LPO supports the rights of Ohioans, including crime victims, and believes the criminal justice system must remain fair and open, but does not believe that State Issue 1 is the way to achieve either goal. An …

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Quality over Quantity – Why Not Both

In this editorial, first published by Think Liberty, Ohio’s very own Matthew McGowan refutes an editorial that “The Libertarian Party Should Run Fewer, Better Candidates And Put Quality Over Quantity.”  So the problem isn’t that we don’t run enough candidates, it’s that we run too many.Or at least that’s the case according to an editorial from The …

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