Chairman of the Libertarian National Committee and candidate for Phoenix Mayor, Nicholas Sarwark, doesn't mind the heat as he begins collecting the signatures required to be on the ballot this election season. In a statement from the Sarwark campaign, he said "Even on the long hot days, I'll be there to hear your concerns, learn … Continue reading Nick Sarwark, Libertarian running for Mayor of Phoenix, beats the heat
Earlier today, Kevin McCormick submitted the required signatures to be included on the ballot in Arizona's 2018 Gubernatorial race. This is in spite of the hurdles placed by the Arizona legislature that made it more difficult for third party candidates to be included. Because of these laws, there has not been a statewide candidate from … Continue reading Libertarian Qualifies for Ballot in Arizona
We are going to be starting a brand new category on Marine Vet for Freedom dealing with Region 1 of the Libertarian Party. Since I was recently elected to serve on the Libertarian National Committee as the Regional Alternate, I wanted to take time to highlight the amazing things that happen throughout the region. Sometimes, … Continue reading Region 1 News
The short answer to this question is yes. It is very possible to remain true to the principles of libertarianism while applying a pragmatic approach. The two are not mutually exclusive. However, some candidates and leaders in the Libertarian Party will tell you otherwise. The most telling example is the Libertarian Party Vice Chairman, Arvin … Continue reading Can You Remain Principled While Being Pragmatic?
Austin "Arlo" Doyle, a Libertarian candidate running for Sunset City Council in Utah, received enough votes to advance to the General Election. The Primary was held on August 15, 2017. When asked about his thoughts on advancing through the Primary, Mr. Doyle said "It is a wonderful feeling to know that the residents of Sunset's … Continue reading Libertarian in Utah Advances to General Election
There are several races in 2018 that you are going to want to pay attention to. Why? Because 2018 is shaping up to be a big year. With a President who can't seem to control his Twitter finger, and a House and Senate that can't seem to get anything done, we may just see some … Continue reading 2017 & 2018 Elections Are Hot
(Salt Lake City, Utah) — Upon hearing of the approval to gather signatures allowing the issue of medical cannabis to be on the November 2018 ballot, TRUCE Utah, the patient-advocacy group that educates Utahns on the facts behind medical cannabis, weighed in on the efforts. "We congratulate the Utah Patients Coalition on getting the go-ahead … Continue reading TRUCE Utah stance on Ballot Initiative Status