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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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Here we grow again!

In the wake of the best ever Libertarian support in a presidential election, the Libertarian Party of Ohio is gaining new support and volunteers every day!  We are happy to announce several new posts, both those elected at the recent Central Committee meeting as well as several important new appointments made by the Executive Committee.

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Columbiana – one small step for mankind, one giant leap for man.

On June 13, the City Council of Columbiana, OH made a strong statement in favor of personal freedom. What started as a front-yard gardening ban turned into a challenge to expansive local governing.  Not only did the proposed ordinance submitted exclude any language preventing front yard gardens, but the Council threw out the entire motion and need

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