The following was published in the Star Tribune by Natalie Daher on October 27, 2016. It was pro-Uber, antiwar, pro-marijuana and anti-surveillance at the leading third-party candidate's rally Thursday night in Minnesota. It was pro-miracle (for the win) and anti-border wall. It was pro-Black Lives Matter — despite a handful of boos — and anti-crony
Watch this video to find out more about Libertarian candidate Joe Weverka and his plan for District 67. This candidate forum was organized by the league of Women Voters - Saint Paul, to present a discussion with candidates for the MN District 67 Senate seat, and MN House District 67A and 67B seats. The event
Billboard design to be advertised - with your help Update: Thanks to all those who contributed to the MoneyBomb. We raised $5,099. With matching funds, we are able to spend $10,198. Several billboards (see here) are going up all around the state from Duluth, Mankato, Albert Lea, Rochester and more around the metro.
The story below was published by Brian Edwards of the Pionner Press on October 26, 2016. For the Libertarian Party of Minnesota, election victory does not rest on their presidential candidate actually winning. If the Libertarian Party’s Gary Johnson receives 5 percent of the vote in Minnesota, his minor party would gain major party status
October 22, 2016 The promise of an "independent" and "citizens-only" commission to determine legislative pay may sound like a good idea, but increasingly, many are not being fooled. Prior to September, no organization had taken a stance either for or against the Constitutional Amendment appearing on the statewide ballot in November. That changed one month
October 18, 2016 NOTE: While the actual election process of tabulating ballots is quite sound, the events leading up to Election Day are another matter entirely. The following op-ed commentary was submitted to the Star Tribune and MinnPost four weeks ago. Both media outlets failed to publish it, thus it is presented here. The "Commission"
Pro-Libertarian yard signs are popping up all over the state, and it's still not too late to get one of your very own! We are currently distributing regular sized signs for yards of all kinds, but would love to find some very special yards in high-traffic areas, just waiting for a big, beautiful 4'x8' sign to help us reach even
The op-ed below was published by the Star Tribune on September 28, 2016. Griffin Edwards is a St. Olaf senior from Encinitas, CA, majoring in Russian language and international development. He is currently studying abroad in Veliky Novgorod, Russia. Despite the repeated assertion that I’m just giving my vote away to either Hillary or Trump
September 23, 2016 As happens every four years, the Democratic- and Republican-controlled Commission on Presidential Debates is preparing to trot out their own two candidates at their first nationally televised debate on Monday, September 26. Perhaps they believe that a public widely dissatisfied with both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will simply fall in line
September 21, 2016 A Constitutional Amendment, which few have heard about, will be appearing on the statewide ballot. The initial reaction of voters is likely to be supportive, but the language is deceptive. Neither option is particularly pro-liberty, however, we believe what is being proposed is worse. People of all political persuasions may agree with