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Campaign Wishes and Libertarian Dreams

Filed under: Libertarians — Lance Brown @ 12:52 pm

Brian Doherty displays caustious optimism about the prospects of two TX LP candidates:

Reason: Campaign Wishes and Libertarian Dreams: Will the LP be the Texans or the Mexicans in this year’s electoral Alamo?


  1. Dear Mr. Brown,

    I’m writing to invite you, as a candidate for the Libertarian Party
    presidential nomination, to address the LPNM’s 2007 State Convention.

    (I’m leaving this as a comment in your most recent posting here because I couldn’t find an email address that I could send this invitation to)

    The Convention will be held in the. Farmington area of New Mexico on the weekend of 13 / 14 / 15 April 2007. All of the LP’s other
    presidential candidates will or have received the same invitation.

    The scheduled banquet speaker is libertarian science fiction writer
    and columnist L. Neil Smith.

    Mike Blessing,
    Executive Heretic, KCUF Media
    Secretary, Libertarian Party of New Mexico
    Chair, Bernalillo County Libertarian Party

    Comment by Mike Blessing — 9/28/2006 @ 9:41 pm

  2. Support the SMITHER campaign, TX, Dist 22, where a Libertarian can WIN:

    Demo @ 41%
    SMITHER, L, @ 25%
    Republican @ 11% (write-in; none on ballot— and this is Tom DeLay’s old seat)

    Comment by Lloyd Laughlin — 10/7/2006 @ 4:34 pm

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