Steve G.

Who are all the LP candidates?

In Libertarian on July 1, 2008 at 2:26 pm

They are not all listed at LP.org

A few are here. Many more are not.

NC sent Independent Political Report a list (below). How about the other states? Please list your state lists of candidates – or links to such lists – in the comments!

Libertarians File List of 2008 Candidates

RALEIGH (June 30) — The race for North Carolina governor is now officially a three-person contest. The Libertarian Party of North Carolina formally presented its list of 38 candidates for the 2008 General Election to the State Board of Elections today.

Dr. Michael Munger tops the list as the LPNC gubernatorial candidate. Dr. Munger is joined by Phillip Rhodes, running for lieutenant governor and Mark McMains, running for commissioner of insurance.

Libertarians will also contest 24 seats in the General Assembly, 14 in previously unopposed contests. At the local level, five Libertarians are running for County Commission and one is running for Mecklenberg Register of Deeds.

Chris Cole is the Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate. There are five Libertarian candidates for Congressional seats: Will Adkins, District 2; Maximillian Longley, District 4; Thomas Hill, District 8; Andy Grum, District 9, and; Keith Smith, District 11.

The Libertarian candidate for President of the United States, former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr, will be on the ballot along with his vice presidential running-mate, Wayne Root.

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Candidate List

NC Governor
Mike Munger
10020 Bushveld Ln
Raleigh NC 27613-6144
919-844-0154
munger4ncgov@gmail.com

NC Lieutenant Governor
Philip Rhodes
200 Westminster Drive 83-G
Chapel Hill NC 27514
919-265-4489
mindcrime@cpphacker.co.uk

NC Commissioner of Insurance
Mark McMains
5013 Martha Nell
Fuquay Varina NC 27511
towmanmwm@earthlink.net

US Senate
Chris Cole
17600-B2 Caldwell Station Rd.
Huntersville NC 28078-5089
704-605-5905
freecarolina@vfemail.net

US Congress 2
Will Adkins
103 Shotts Court
Cary NC 27511
919-522-4674
wadkins@virtucorp.org

US Congress 4
Maximillian Longley
427 Lebanon Circle
Durham NC 27712-2645
919-475-8234
mlong11@pride.hofstra.edu

US Congress 8
Thomas Hill
10896 Pioneer Mill Rd.
Concord NC 28025
704-621-8621
thomasbhill@msn.com

US Congress 9
Andy Grum
324 McLeod St.
Matthews NC 28105-4760
704-841-9229
agrum@nc.rr.com

US Congress 11
Keith Smith
103 Mt. Lebanon Rd.
Bostic NC 28018
843-504-4839
ksluvbeach@aol.com

NC House 2
Jesse Mignogna
3835 Keepers Way
Kitty Hawk NC 27949
252-341-7270
freedomsurfer76@yahoo.com

NC House 3
Herbert Sobel
3311 Tack House Rd
New Bern NC 28563
252-638-5379
hmsjes@embarq.com

NC House 20
Rachel Joiner Merrill
670 Pine Branches Circle
Belville NC 28451
910-233-1493
raejoiner@gmail.com

NC House 29
Justin Lallinger
31 Lansgate Ct.
Durham NC 27713
919-423-0596
jlallinger@gmail.com

NC House 30
Sean Haugh
1821 Hillandale Rd. 1B-332
Durham NC 27705
919-286-0152
seanhaugh@mindspring.com

NC House 32
Barbara Howe
5046 Tar Hill Drive
Oxford NC 27565
919-690-1423
barbara@warmoak.com

NC House 38
Susan Hogarth
5901 Penny Road
Raleigh NC 27606
919-906-2106
hogarth@gmail.com

NC House 65
Jake Ratliff
147 Landfall Dr.
Eden NC 27288
336-623-2181
jratliff@email.unc.edu

NC House 71
Bobby Richmond
2091 Salisbury Square
Winston-Salem NC 27127-5936
336-480-6640
br@cigxm.com

NC House 73
Cary Morris
200 Old Wood Lane
Kernersville NC 27284
336-788-2822
holdthesky@yahoo.com

NC House 77
Wayne Ford
1703 Woodrun Circle
Salisbury NC 28146-7093
704-636-4438
wayneford@velocenet.net

NC House 87
T. J. Rohr
112 Winchester Drive
Lenoir NC 28645-8936
828-757-9632
timothyjrohr@charter.net

NC House 93
Jeff Cannon
303 Bare Ave
West Jefferson NC 28694
336-846-6425
JeffCan542@skybest.com

NC House 95
Jeffrey Ober
161 Swift Creek Lane
Mooresville NC 28115
704-664-0401
jeff@ober.org

NC House 96
Lawrence Hollar
412 2nd Ave NW
Conover NC 28613-2503
828-464-8859
hollar5@charter.net

NC House 108
Keith Calvelli
508 Academy Circle
McAdenville NC 28101
704-824-1647
kcalvelli@mac.com

NC Senate 7
Kira Howe
5046 Tar Hill Drive
Oxford NC 27565
919-690-1423
sweetgum_tree@hotmail.com

NC Senate 15
Janice Mackay
1009 Lightfoot Court
Wake Forest NC 27587
919-342-0403
jan@bikersusa.org

NC Senate 17
Brian Irving
206 Clancy Circle
Cary NC 27511
910-987-5844
brian@libertypoint.org

NC Senate 20
David C. Rollins
911 West Club Boulevard
Durham NC 27701
919-994-4858
dcrollins@gmail.com

NC Senate 31
R. Lee Wrights
1240 S Peace Haven Rd
Clemmons NC 27012
336-403-1036
rleewrights@gmail.com

NC Senate 37
Rusty Sheridan
500 E. Tremont Ave.
Charlotte NC 28203-5334
704-536-7857
RustySheridan@gmail.com

NC Senate 38
Travis Wheat
5514 Santeelah Ct.
Charlotte NC 28217
704-971-0321
travou2@yahoo.com

NC Senate 44
Richard Evey
4150 Trim Tree Dr.
Morganton NC 28655
828-391-1778
richardevey@yahoo.com

Forsyth County Commission B
Richard Norman
2071 Mallard Lakes Drive
Winston-Salem NC 27106
336-499-6280
cmtpres@mindspring.com

Gaston County Commissioner
Lewis Guignard
20 Glynlaurel Lane
Bessemer City NC 28016
704-650-7238
lguignard@bellsouth.net

Guilford County Commissioner Six
Paul Elledge
308 Ashland Dr. Apt C
Greensboro NC 27403
336-932-2532
paulelledge2@hotmail.com

New Hanover County Commissioner
Brian Berger
527 Commons Way
Wilmington NC 28409-9189
910-431-3115
Wilmingtonliberty@hotmail.com

Mecklenberg Register of Deeds
Mike Wagner
1343 Paddock Circle
Charlotte NC 28209
704-606-7307
wagnerzx22000@yahoo.com

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LIBERTARIAN PARTY OF NORTH CAROLINA
PO Box 28141 Raleigh NC 27611 * 877.843.5762 * http://www.LPNC.org

Contact: Brian Irving, Communications Director
Cell: 910.987.5844 * Home: 919.467.0742

  1. Even as a radical libertarian, I’ve supported Barr. The Libertarian Party will never, and has not, accomplished anything as the party of dogmatic anarcho-capitalism. The idea of a broad libertarian coalition- including people from the right, left, and center who lean libertarian like Barr- makes much more sense to me. And I recall Barr talking about that kind of thing, iirc (not that he can be strictly blamed for the actions of National).

    But what good is this broader coalition if all it does is continuing shooting its wad every four years on a Presidential candidate? That’s what we’ve been doing- to little or no substantive success. Even a candidate that pulls in 10% of the vote is a largely meaningless accomplishment if we don’t follow through in 2010 with a real effort to target local government, state legislatures, and select House races. The course of events (mainly the money/attention that flowed to Paul, in large part away from the LP) over most of this election cycle, and perhaps the lack of a serious effort, means that we have no such real, organized effort this year. (Not to disparage those who are running- Less power to you!) But if this is the way National is treating our candidates for this year, it doesn’t bode well for 2010 and 2012.

    A “find LP candidates in your area!” feature should be prominently displayed on the lp.org homepage. To not even have a full list is inexcusable.

  2. Andy (not the petitioner Andy)

    Since LP.org has no such list, I am trying to put it together here. Any states you can add to the list will be appreciated.

  3. I can’t find anything at the ARLP site, but I’m not surprised. After all, this is the state that could only find ONE guy willing and able to be a delegate to Denver. We don’t have a whole lot of candidates. I’ll shoot off an e-mail to our state chair, though.

    And I’ll use my full name from now on to avoid confusion.

  4. Added Alaska

    Fredrick “David” Haase – US Senate

    200 West 34th pmb 587

    Anchorage AK 99503

    DavidforAlaska@Gmail.com

    http://www.davidforalaska.com/

    Scott Kohlhaas, State House District 20

    http://www.alaskalibertarian.com/pages/scott_kohlhaas.html

    scott@draftresistance.org

    907-337-3171

    Mark Fish, State House
    District 22

    http://www.alaskalibertarian.com/pages/mark_fish.html

    fish4house@gmail.com

    Phone: 907-561-5327 Cell: 907-360-9135

    http://fish4house.net/ says he is a Republican but is listed as an LP candidate on Alaska LP website?

    Sara Chambers

    http://www.sarachambers.com/

    Link did not work when I tried it

  5. I can’t find anything at the ARLP site, but I’m not surprised

    Me neither. However, I was a little surprised I could not find anything for…California! (Or Arizona, either).

  6. Colorado

    Federal Offices
    U.S. Congress District 1 Martin L. Buchanan

    State Offices
    Senate District 28 Ken Wyble
    http://www.kenwyble.com/
    zioken@netscape.net

    House District 25 Jack Woehr
    http://www.well.com/~jax/2008/
    P.O. Box 51, Golden Colorado 80402-0051
    jax@well.com

    House District 42 James Frye
    http://www.fryefor42.com/
    FryeFor42 Committee
    P.O. Box 31917
    Aurora CO, 80041
    Phone Number: 303.809.7619
    Email: info@FryeFor42.com

    County Offices
    Boulder County
    Commissioner – District 1 Ralph Shnelvar
    Commissioner – District 2 Bo Shafer
    Commissioner – District 3 Randy Luallen

  7. FLORIDA

    BREVARD COUNTY
    Brevard County Commission
    Ilene Davis

    Collier County
    Collier County Soil & Water Board
    Bruce Reichert – Seat 1 (Unopposed)
    J. Adam Mitchell – Seat 4 (Unopposed)

    DUVAL COUNTY
    Duval County Soil & Water Board
    Jeff Hunt
    http://www.myspace.com/electjeffhunt

    Hillsborough County
    Soil & Water Conservation District
    A.J. Brent – Seat 2
    Jeff Garbus – Seat 4
    Tyson Richmond – Seat 4

    LEE COUNTY
    Lee Soil and Water Conservation District – Seat 4
    Jack Tanner – Seat 4 (Unopposed)
    http://jacktanner.net/
    (239) 433-5901
    Email@JackTanner.net

    ORANGE COUNTY
    Orange Soil & Water Conservation District
    Randy Whiting – Seat 1
    J.J. McCurry – Seat 3
    Diane Rozek – Seat 5

    PALM BEACH COUNTY
    Greater Boca Raton Beach & Park District
    Nathan Lipschultz – Seat 1
    slipschultz@yahoo.com
    Susan Lipschultz – Seat 3
    slipschultz@yahoo.com

    Karl Dickey – Seat 5
    vote4karl@gmail.com
    Also running for county commission, 2010
    5970 SW 18th ST #331
    Boca Raton, Florida 33433-7197
    Telephone:
    561.237.5586 (soon to be updated)
    Fax:
    561.208.6545
    http://www.karldickey.org

    Jupiter Inlet Commission
    Bradford Schmidt – Dist 5

    Palm Beach Soil & Water Conservation
    Mike McIntosh – Group 2
    Howard Horowitz – Group 4 (Unopposed!)

    PASCO COUNTY

    New Port Richey Mayor
    Scott McPherson (WON!)

  8. [quote]
    NC Lieutenant Governor
    Philip Rhodes
    200 Westminster Drive 83-G
    Chapel Hill NC 27514
    919-265-4489
    mindcrime@cpphacker.co.uk
    [/quote]

    It’s actually Phillip with two ‘l’ characters, and campaign related email is better directed to philrhodes2008@gmail.com. 🙂

  9. GA

    Allen Buckley U.S. Senate
    John Monds Public Service Commission, District 1
    Brandon Givens Public Service Commission, District 4

  10. Allen Buckley
    http://www.buckleyforsenate.com/

    Dave Flanagan, Campaign Manager (404) 384-3698
    BuckleyManager@bellsouth.net

    Allen Buckley (404) 962-1042

  11. Illinois

    U.S. Senate

    Larry Stafford
    http://www.Stafford4Senate.com
    For General Contact… info@stafford4senate.com
    For Media Interviews… media@stafford4senate.com

    U.S. House Dan Druck
    14th Congressional District
    http://www.timefordan.com/
    (847) 426-1974
    180 S. Western Ave. #201, Carpentersville, IL 60110

  12. Indiana

    U.S. Representative

    District 1 – Jeff Duensing
    District 2 – Mark Vogel
    District 3 – William Larson
    District 6 – George Holland
    District 9 – Dr. Eric Schansberg
    http://schansbergforcongress.blogspot.com/
    http://www.ericforcongress.com/
    Media: contact Schansberg For Congress, media@schansbergforcongress.com
    Campaign Manager: contact Melanie Hughes, melanie@schansbergforcongress.com
    Donations: contact John Harbeson, john@schansbergforcongress.com
    Volunteers: contact Martina Webster, martina@schansbergforcongress.com

    Indiana – Statewide

    Governor – Andy Horning
    http://www.horningforgovernor.com/
    Horning for Governor Committee
    7851 Pleasant Hill Road
    Freedom, IN 47431
    (812) 859 4416
    Cell: (812) 585 0504
    Skype: andyhorning
    AndrewHorning@hotmail.com
    Campaign: campaign@horningforgovernor.com
    http//WeDeclare.Wordpress.com

    Lt. Governor – Lisa Kelly
    Supt. of Public Instruction – Sam Goldstein

    Indiana General Assembly – Senate

    District 8 – Greg Kelver
    District 30 – Steve Keltner
    http://www.votekeltner.com/

    District 36 – Barry Campbell
    http://lowertaxestotheground.com/default.aspx
    Campbell for Senate Campaign Committee
    1402 E. Kelly St.
    Indianapolis, IN 46203
    Phone – (317) 490-1469
    alock@isp.com

    District 37 – Joel Palmer

    Indiana General Assembly – House

    District 9 – KP Nfr
    District 28 – Wade Mitchell
    District 36 – Greg Noland, Anderson
    District 44 – Darrell Goldman
    District 54 – Rex Bell, Hagerstown
    http://www.electrexbell.com/
    http://www.electrexbell.com/contact-rex-bell

    District 56 – Jon Bell, New Castle
    District 65 – Al Cox, Nashville
    District 83 – Jack Evans, Fort Wayne
    District 99 – John Meuser, Indianapolis
    District 100 – Ed Angleton, Indianapolis
    http://www.edangleton.com/

    Local Office

    Allen County

    Doug Horner, County Council (At-Large)

    LaPorte County

    Mark Lindborg, County Council

    Marion County

    Kurt St. Angelo, Center Township Advisory Board (D-4)
    Paul Dijak-Robinson, Center Township Advisory Board (D-6)
    Jared Wales, Decatur Township Advisory Board (D-3)
    Chris Ward, Lawrence Township Advisory Board (D-1)
    Eric Barnes, Lawrence Township Advisory Board (D-2)
    Tim Maguire, Pike Township Advisory Board (D-2)
    http://timothyjmaguire.com/wordpress/
    317-372-6436 – – tim@timothyjmaguire.com

    Marshall County

    Ryan Liedtky, County Council

    Wayne County

    Cheryl Heacox, County Commissioner, District 2
    Gayle Bond, County Commissioner, District 3
    Jim Mikesell, County Council At-large

  13. Kansas

    Randall L. Hodgkinson
    U.S. Senate
    Jack Warner
    U.S. House District 1
    Robert Garrard
    U.S. House District 2
    Joe Bellis
    U.S. House District 3
    Steven A. Rosile
    U.S. House District 4
    Kansas County Level:
    Fredrick Campbell
    Anderson County Ks – County Attorney
    Dave Chase
    Mitchell County Commission – District 2
    Charles A Harter
    McPherson County Commission – District 3
    Pierre Carpentier
    Dickenson County Commission – District 2

    Kansas Senate:

    Patrick Wilbur
    District 3 – Lawrence
    Larry Monaghan
    District 13 – Arcadia
    Gordon Bakken
    District 30 – Wichita
    Rob Hodgkinson
    http://www.vote-hodgkinson.org/
    16310 Kenneth Road, Stilwell, KS 66085

    District 37 – Stilwell

    Kansas House of Representatives:

    Shirley Roy
    House District 2 – Arcadia
    William Stewart Starks
    House District 10 – Lawrence
    Michael Kerner
    House District 17 – Lenexa
    Robert J. McElwain
    House District 21 – Prairie Village
    Greggory Nicholas Hahn
    House District 22 – Overland Park
    Jason Peck
    House District 24 – Overland Park
    http://www.boston-tea-party.info/
    7616 W 65th St
    Overland Park, KS 66202
    (913) 439-1688
    jason.peck@lpks.org

    Yvonne Cunningham
    House District 26 – Olathe
    Mark Darby
    House District 30 – Lenexa
    Sheri Stearns
    House District 43 – Gardner
    Mike Trow
    House District 69 – Salina
    Shawn Smith
    House District 83 – Wichita
    James Pruden
    House District 86 – Wichita
    Josiah Johnson
    House District 92 – Wichita
    Bennie Lee “Ben” Ferguson
    House District 104 – Hutchinson

  14. So far, have looked at state party pages A-Kansas.

    States that had candidates listed in a way I managed to find:

    Alaska
    Colorado
    Florida
    Georgia
    Illinois
    Indiana
    Kansas

    States that did not:

    Alabama
    Arizona
    Arkansas
    California
    Connecticut
    Delaware
    District of Columbia
    Hawaii
    Idaho
    Iowa

  15. KY

    Sonny Landham, United States Senate
    http://sonny2008.com/
    P.O. Box 987, Ashland, Ky. 41105

    Lance Combs, KY House District 81
    Ken Moellman, KY House District 78

  16. Did not find info

    Louisiana
    Maine

    Found info:

    Maryland

    Candidates for U.S. Congress,
    District 1: Richard Davis
    District 2: Lorenzo Gaztañaga
    http://www.md.lp.org/candidates/2/
    4806 2D Hamilton Ave.
    Baltimore MD 21206
    DiazVivar@aol.com
    443-414-6539

    District 3: Sebastian Sassi
    District 4: Thibeaux Lincecum
    http://lincecum.us

    District 5: Darlene Nicholas
    http://www.md.lp.org/candidates/5/
    darhaze@gmail.com

    District 6: Gary Hoover, Sr.
    http://www.hoover4congress08.com
    13302 St Paul Road
    Clear Spring, Maryland 21722
    Phone- 240-520-0518
    gary@hoover4congress08.com
    hoover4congress08@hotmail.com

    District 7: Ronald Owens-Bey

    District 8: Benjamin Parker

  17. Mass.

    Libertarian for U.S. Senate: Robert Underwood
    http://www.electbobunderwood.org/
    Committee to Elect Robert Underwood
    c/o Carol McMahon
    PO Box 29
    Monson, MA 01057
    rjunderwood2000@yahoo.com
    83 Cherrelyn St.
    Spingfield, MA

  18. MN
    Mary O’Connor, U.S. Congress, 3rd district
    http://www.lpmn.org/oconnor/
    763-561-8038

  19. Paulie

    You should have ENM put it up here as a “sub page’ or something.

    Good job though.

  20. No candidates found
    MS

    Missouri

    Candidates for United States House of Representatives

    First Congressional District: Robb E. Cunningham, St. Ann
    http://www.voterobbcunninghamforchange.com/
    PO Box 102
    Saint Ann MO 63074
    robbecunningham@hotmail.com
    314-341-3171

    Second Congressional District: Thomas L. Knapp, St. Louis
    http://www.tomknappforcongress.com/
    2224 Normandy Dr.
    St. Louis, MO 63121
    (I have Tom’s email and phone, but they are not on his congressional webpage as far as I can see, so I won’t add them to this list without permission)

    Third Congressional District: Kevin C. Babcock, St. Louis

    Sixth Congressional District: Dave Browning, Oak Grove
    http://www.davesfriends.org/campaignsite/
    103 South Peck Road,
    Independence, Mo 64056.
    888-868-3542
    info@davesfriends.org

    Seventh Congressional District: Kevin Craig, Powersite
    http://kevincraig.us/
    P.O. Box 179
    Powersite, MO 65731
    KevinCraig@KevinCraig.US

    Eighth Congressional District: Branden C. McCullough, Cape Girardeau
    http://www.votebrandenforchange.com/
    573)382-2966
    brandenmccullough@yahoo.com

    Ninth Congressional District: Tamara Millay, St. Louis
    http://www.tamaramillay.com/
    admin@tamaramillay.com
    314-750-6993

    Statewide Candidates

    Governor: Andrew W. Finkenstadt, St. Charles

    Lt. Governor: Teddy Fleck, Springfield
    http://teddyfleck.com/
    2435 E Bennett
    Springfield,Mo,65804
    417-882-9550
    TEDDYFLECK@YAHOO.COM

    Secretary of State: Wes Upchurch, Columbia
    http://wesupchurch.com/
    5451 S. Bethel Rd. #7-301
    Columbia, MO 65203
    wes@wesupchurch.com
    573-291-9219
    Mobile Phone Number: +1-573-864-3572

    State Legislature Candidates

    State Senate

    District 5: Robert Christophel, St. Louis
    http://christophel.lpmo.org/
    4402 Minnesota Ave.
    St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-353-0350

    District 13: Eric S. Harris, Florissant
    District 19: Christopher W. Dwyer, Hallsville
    http://dwyerforsenate.lpmo.org/
    dwyerforsenate@yahoo.com

    State Representative

    District 18: John R. Alsup, St. Charles
    District 39: Lance Weber, Kansas City
    http://www.lanceweber.com/index.html

    District 54: Bobby Foster, Blue Springs
    District 55: Kevin Parr, Grain Valley
    District 59: Michael J. Peters, Jr., St. Louis
    District 69: Julie Stone, St. Louis
    District 154: Larry S. Busby, Poplar Bluff
    District 158: Robert Roland, Cape Girardeau

    Local Candidates

    Adair County District 2 Commissioner: Dr. Steve Salt
    Greene County District 1 Commissioner: Mark “Majic” Jones
    http://votemarkjones.com/
    majicl@sbcglobal.net

    St. Louis County Council District 4: Theo (Ted) Brown

  21. Jason,

    Thanks. And she is certainly welcome to do so if she wants. Still working on it as you can see.

  22. MT

    Lists candidates. I was going to post them here until I noticed they were from 2006. Took a quick look at the four that had websites. Could not tell right away if any of them are running again.

  23. NE

    Lists candidates. Bob Barr, Wayne Root, and that’s it.

  24. NV

    Did not find candidates listed

  25. NH

    For some reason, acts weird when I try to cut and paste, but they have a list

    http://www.lpnh.org/LPNH/Election_2008.html

  26. NM

    Did not find anything

    NY

    2007 candidates.

  27. paulie
    After 25 July (for reasons I cannot explain at the moment), Delaware will actually have at least one candidate

  28. Good list, glad someone is making it…

    However, Mass is missing it’s current Pres. and VP Candidate – at least until / if National and / or the Barr campaign litigates to replace him – Don’t forget George Phillies for Pres, and Chris Bennet for VP…

    Also, Libertarian Bill DiSciprio of Wakefield, Ma is running for Board of Selectman . This is the second time he’s run for this office. Last year he came very close to getting elected with no support. (this is a “non-partisan race”)

    I will be running for my third term as a Billerica Town Meeting Rep in the Spring. (My GF was elected to her 2nd term in the spring of this year BTW)

    We will also have non LPMA generated, but Libertarian oriented Referendum questions on the ballot to End the State Income Tax (replacing it with nothing – though I’m sure the legistature will try to find something…) and to partially decriminalize possessing small amounts of Marijuana – turns it into an expensive misdemeanor (and the cop still ends up stealing your weed…)

    ART

  29. Paulie,

    You write: “(I have Tom’s email and phone, but they are not on his congressional webpage as far as I can see, so I won’t add them to this list without permission)”

    Doh — I have a contact form at the site, and had intended to add a direct email link and phone number. Thanks for the reminder — fixed!

    campaign email address: admin at tomknappforcongress dot com
    campaign phone: 314-750-6993.

  30. I just noticed
    “NC House 30
    Sean Haugh
    1821 Hillandale Rd. 1B-332
    Durham NC 27705
    919-286-0152
    seanhaugh@mindspring.com

    I hope this isn’t the same Sean Haugh from National that likes to tell people to burn petitions? If so, it could make things even more interesting assuming that criminal charges come down the way it appears they might from the other thread…

    ART

  31. Yes the same Sean Haugh . . . he lives in North Carolina.

    I wonder, with the candidates that Paulie has taken the time to list, how many of them have Republican opponents which Barr has campaign financed through the PAC that bears his name?

    Go conservatives . . .Go Barr!!!

  32. Tennessee:

    Senate:
    Daniel Towers Lewis for U.S. Senate
    P.O. Box 190447
    Nashville, TN 37219
    http://www.getyourcountryback.com

    House district 58:
    Lisa Leeds 2008
    P.O. Box 23123
    Nashville, TN 37202
    http://www.lisaleeds2008.com

  33. paulie
    After 25 July (for reasons I cannot explain at the moment), Delaware will actually have at least one candidate

    Tyler Nixon? Or is he non LP?

  34. Hi ART.

    I don’t really want to get into the substitution controversy. If national did not think that substitution would work, I expect they would have scrapped the petition after we got the revised ruling from the state and started over. I’d list George for NH, but something about their list is not cooperating with cut and paste.

    Of course, once I have the list done, or even before, there is nothing which keeps anyone else from taking the list and posting it elsewhere with whatever additions they want to.

  35. TLK

    Thanks!

    I’ll fix it on the other places I am posting the list.

  36. Art

    Please provide as much contact info as possible for you and the other candidates you listed. You may also wish to put that info on LPMA website.

  37. JR

    Thanks …is that the full list for TN? I still have O-W to complete the list otherwise.

  38. Pauli – per your request, here is more contact info on the Mass. candidates other than George…

    Libertarian Bill DiSciprio of Wakefield, MA is running for Board of Selectman . He doesn’t have Internet, home phone 781-246-1139.

    I will be running for my third term as a Billerica Town Meeting Rep in the Spring. (My GF was elected to her 2nd term in the spring of this year BTW)
    Arthur Torrey
    10 Kohlrausch Ave.
    North Billerica, MA 01862
    978-663-0241
    Arthurtorreycomcastnet (do appropriate unmunging…) Note – My election won’t be until spring, and will probably be either uncontested or minimally contested – I don’t need donations, my first election I spent about $25, and MASSIVELY outspent my opponents, the second was uncontested… Send your money to more deserving candidates – by which I do NOT mean Barr and friends!

    End the State Income Tax referendum question:
    http://www.smallgovernmentact.org/index.html

    Partially decriminalize possessing small amounts of Marijuana –
    http://sensiblemarijuanapolicy.org/index.html
    Committee for Sensible Marijuana Policy
    P.O. Box 130151
    Boston, MA 02113
    Phone: (617)901-7765

    Hope this helps…

    ART

  39. I will be offline for a couple of days.

    Ohio

    Robert Owens
    Ohio Attorney General
    info@Owens2008.com
    http://www.Owens2008.com
    46 N. Sandusky St.
    Suite 300
    Delaware OH 43015

    Oklahoma

    The Libertarian Party is illegal in Oklahoma. Anyone wishing to run for office must seek permission from the Democrats or Republicans.

    Oregon

    * Steve Milligan — 5th District U.S. Congress
    * Marc Delphine — 26th District Oregon Representative
    * Jay Ellefson — 36th District Oregon Representative

  40. Pennsylvania

    Attorney General – Marakay Rogers
    Auditor General – Betsy Summers
    State Treasurer – Berlie Etzel

    U.S. Congress

    District 3 – Randall Forester
    District 5 – James Fryman

    State Senate

    District 21 – Mary Lea Lucas
    District 33 – Jeremiah Hornbacker
    http://jdhornbaker08.com/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1
    (570) 831-5425

    Representative in the General Assembly

    District 35 – David Posipanka
    District 63 – Michael J. Robertson
    District 64 – Vance Mays

  41. Rhode Island

    Like DC and ND, no website, at least not at the address linked from the national website.

    Network Solutions
    This Site Is Under Construction and Coming Soon.

    This Domain Is Registered with Network Solutions

  42. SC

    Did not find any candidate info

  43. SD

    Found nothing.

    I need to leave and be offline. If anyone finishes TX – WY that would be great!

  44. Oops – Per my comment above – WordPress doesn’t like the way I munged my e-mail, and really messed it up, so let me try again…

    My e-mail is arthur(underscore)torrey(at)comcast(dot)net – make the appropriate substitutions – I don’t put my e-mail up in plain-text as I don’t like feeding the spambots…

    ART

  45. Steve: I also noticed the LP has at least one candidate against a “Ron Paul Republican”, namely in NC district 4. Truly, this does not make any sense. What difference would there be between Dr. B J Lawson http://www.lawsonforcongress.com , who has been described as a Libertarian by his GOP primary opponent and Ron Paul Jr.? It just does not make any sense and is a waste of time to field a candidate with which there is perhaps 95% – 100% agreement, only because he or her is from another party. In a close race, only 1 or 2% can just make the strategic difference between winning or losing.
    After all, there are a few Ron Paul Libertarians, whom the Ron Paul Republican donors will also support, in money and in votes… but if the LP does not reach out?

  46. Pauli and others, great job to post all the candidates! The LP HQ seems to be very much behind with their list. I do like their new website though. Some of the candidates look…well and others look very smart. Well, you do not have to be intelligent to be a congressrepresentative, and judging by the way many of them vote and the issues they discuss, many of the D’ and R’s do not make much of an impression.

    IMHO, the LP should identify a few areas where they fare quite well and concentrate on them in 2010 in order to go for a win and the rest can organise in a PAC or a pressure group. If many of the LP candidates can get a quantum leap performance in double digits or be quite competitive, they would be able
    to win in say 2010, especially in say a 4 way race with the D’s,R’, G’ and L’s.

  47. Pauli and others, great job to post all the candidates!

    Thanks. BTW that’s Paulie with an e on the end.

    IE: Paul or Paulie, not Pauli.

  48. I’m still on the hook to do TX-WY but probably won’t have time today.

    If anyone does, and feels like doing that part, it would be an appropriate way to celebrate the holiday.

  49. Here are all 174 Texas candidates for the November partisan elections: http://lptexas.org/candidates.shtml

  50. Thanks Wes!

     

    The following candidates have been nominated and will appear on the ballot in November.

     

    President / Vice President
    Bob Barr / Wayne A. Root

    U.S. Senator
    Yvonne Adams Schick

    Railroad Commissioner
    David Floyd

    Chief Justice, Supreme Court
    Tom Oxford

    Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7
    David G. Smith

    Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8
    Drew Shirley

    Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3    
    Matthew E. Eilers

    Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4
    Dave Howard

    Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9
    William Bryan Strange, III

    U.S. Representative, District 2
    Craig Wolfe

    U.S. Representative, District 3
    Christopher J. Claytor

    U.S. Representative, District 4
    Fred Annett

    U.S. Representative, District 5
    Ken Ashby

    U.S. Representative, District 6
    Max W. Koch III

    U.S. Representative, District 7
    Drew Parks

    U.S. Representative, District 8
    Brian Stevens

    U.S. Representative, District 9
    Brad Walters

    U.S. Representative, District 10
    Matt Finkel

    U.S. Representative, District 11
    John R. Strohm

    U.S. Representative, District 12
    Shiloh Sidney Shambaugh

    U.S. Representative, District 15
    Gricha Raether

    U.S. Representative, District 16
    Mette A. Baker

    U.S. Representative, District 17
    Gardner C. Osborne

    U.S. Representative, District 18
    Mike Taylor

    U.S. Representative, District 19
    Richard "Chip" Peterson

    U.S. Representative, District 20
    Michael Idrogo

    U.S. Representative, District 21
    James Arthur Strohm

    U.S. Representative, District 22
    John Wieder

    U.S. Representative, District 23
    Lani Connolly

    U.S. Representative, District 24
    David A. Casey

    U.S. Representative, District 25
    Jim Stutsman

    U.S. Representative, District 26
    Stephanie B. Weiss

    U.S. Representative, District 27
    Robert E. Powell

    U.S. Representative, District 28
    Ross Lynn Leone

    U.S. Representative, District 29
    Joel Grace

    U.S. Representative, District 30
    Jarrett Woods

    U.S. Representative, District 31
    Barry N. Cooper

    U.S. Representative, District 32
    Alex Bischoff

    State Board of Education, District 6
    Mary Ann Bryan

    State Board of Education, District 7
    Richard R. Johnson

    State Board of Education, District 8
    Kim B. Stroman

    State Board of Education, District 11
    Bruce Beckman

    State Board of Education, District 14
    John E. Shuey

    State Senator, District 6
    Susan Delgado

    State Senator, District 9
    Carl Nulsen

    State Senator, District 10
    Richard A. Cross

    State Senator, District 11
    Cliff Messina

    State Senator, District 16
    Paul Osborn

    State Senator, District 20
    Billy "Bill" Parker

    State Senator, District 21
    Barry L. Allison

    State Senator, District 23
    Jim Renfro

    State Senator, District 24
    Bill Oliver

    State Senator, District 26
    Steve Lopez

    State Senator, District 28
    M. J. (Smitty) Smith

    State Senator, District 31
    Lauren Poindexter

    State Representative, District 1
    Tim Eason

    State Representative, District 2
    Michael A. French

    State Representative, District 4
    James C. Yow

    State Representative, District 6
    Gene Moody

    State Representative, District 7
    Joey R. Stroman

    State Representative, District 9
    Joe Allport

    State Representative, District 10
    Phil Smart

    State Representative, District 11
    Paul Bryan

    State Representative, District 14
    Ron Darby

    State Representative, District 17
    Alan W. Duesterhoft

    State Representative, District 19
    Richard Ramsey

    State Representative, District 20
    Craig C. Weems

    State Representative, District 22
    Dean L. Tucker

    State Representative, District 23
    Charles L. Earley

    State Representative, District 24
    Rafael E. Ramos

    State Representative, District 25
    Richard Cole

    State Representative, District 28
    M. Stephen Lucas

    State Representative, District 32
    Lenard Nelson

    State Representative, District 33
    Justin R. Garrett

    State Representative, District 41
    Charles W. Snelling

    State Representative, District 43
    Richard W. Shuey

    State Representative, District 44
    John Lynch

    State Representative, District 45
    Tom Gleinser

    State Representative, District 46
    Allen Hacker

    State Representative, District 47
    Alan Hultgren

    State Representative, District 48
    Ben Easton

    State Representative, District 50
    Jerry Chandler

    State Representative, District 51
    Arthur DiBianca

    State Representative, District 52
    Lillian Simmons

    State Representative, District 53
    Brian W. Holk

    State Representative, District 54
    Nicolaas J. Kramer

    State Representative, District 55
    Chris Lane

    State Representative, District 56
    David Meine

    State Representative, District 57
    Neill Snider

    State Representative, District 58
    Tom Stewart

    State Representative, District 59
    Coy Reynolds

    State Representative, District 61
    Richard W. Forsythe Jr.

    State Representative, District 63
    John Turner

    State Representative, District 64
    Jason Jordan

    State Representative, District 65
    Lee Hooper

    State Representative, District 66
    Benjamin Westfried

    State Representative, District 67
    Jeffrey Joyner

    State Representative, District 68
    Ryan Galloway

    State Representative, District 69
    Richard Brown

    State Representative, District 70
    Robert R. Virasin

    State Representative, District 71
    Michael Walton

    State Representative, District 72
    Dennis Higgins

    State Representative, District 73
    Shannon Beckett McCracken

    State Representative, District 78
    Bill Collins

    State Representative, District 81
    Elmo Hockman

    State Representative, District 82
    Sherry Phillips

    State Representative, District 86
    Kevin Howell

    State Representative, District 87
    L. Blake Bailey

    State Representative, District 91
    Paul Mastin

    State Representative, District 93
    Colin F. Sewards

    State Representative, District 94
    Geoffrey A. Adams

    State Representative, District 95
    Hy Siegel

    State Representative, District 96
    Todd Litteken

    State Representative, District 97
    Rodney Wingo

    State Representative, District 98
    Stephen M. Smith

    State Representative, District 99
    Robin Chester

    State Representative, District 100
    Robert M. Pritchett

    State Representative, District 103
    David R. Mason

    State Representative, District 105
    James G. Baird

    State Representative, District 106
    Gene Freeman

    State Representative, District 107
    Brandon Parsons

    State Representative, District 109
    Kevin Jackson

    State Representative, District 111
    Tim Miles

    State Representative, District 112
    Philip M. White

    State Representative, District 115
    Preston Poulter

    State Representative, District 116
    William T. Armstrong V

    State Representative, District 118
    James L. Thompson

    State Representative, District 121
    Arthur M. Thomas IV

    State Representative, District 122
    Sally Baynton

    State Representative, District 126
    Oscar J. Palma, Jr.

    State Representative, District 127
    Justo Perez

    State Representative, District 130
    William B. Gray Jr.

    State Representative, District 132
    Phil Kurtz

    State Representative, District 134
    Mhair S. Dekmezian

    State Representative, District 135
    Alfred N. Montestruc

    State Representative, District 136
    Gerald W. "Jerry" LaFleur

    State Representative, District 137
    Alex Cresswell

    State Representative, District 141
    Richard Brown

    State Representative, District 143
    Joe O. Marcom

    State Representative, District 147
    Joe Tirado

    State Representative, District 150
    Ken Petty

     

    Bastrop County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Travis Hill

     

    Bexar County

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Jeff Carruthers

     

    Brazos County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    John Roemer

     

    Cameron County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Robert E. Bolkcom

     

    Collin County

    Sheriff
    Brent Friedman

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Randy Kohn

    Constable, Precinct 3
    Rodney Caston

     

    Dallas County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Clayton Payne Woolam

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Matt Havener

     

    Ellis County

    Tax Assessor-Collector

    Linda Gallegos

    Treasurer (unexpired term)
    Cathy Kennedy

     

    Harris County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Jeffrey McGee

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Jorgen Nelson

    Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 1
    Derrick J. Anderson Sr

     

    Hays County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Steve Ravet

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Deborah R. Wood

     

    Jefferson County

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Kevin R. McCarthy

     

    Lubbock County

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Jerry Russell

     

    Nueces County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Bradley Moore

     

    Parker County

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Tom W. Clayton

     

    San Patricio County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Ed Bailey

     

    Tarrant County

    Sheriff
    Charles Hibbler

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Mark F. Frohman

     

    Travis County

    Sheriff
    David McDaniel

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Mike Burris

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Fancy Fairchild

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Wes Benedict

    Constable, Precinct 2
    Arlo J. Pignotti

    Constable, Precinct 3
    Joe Edgar

    Constable, Precinct 5
    Michael M. Holt

     

    Williamson County

    Sheriff
    Mike Andras

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Jon Scallan

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3

    James Atwell Andrews

    Constable, Precinct 4
    Charles McCoy

     

  51. Clicking each of the links provides contact info. When I finish Utah-Wyoming, I will go back and incorporate TX contact info w/ rest of states.

    -p

  52. Oops – Need to fix those URLs to full path

  53. Trying again

     

    The following candidates have been nominated and will appear on the ballot in November.

     

    President / Vice President
    Bob Barr / Wayne A. Root

    U.S. Senator
    Yvonne Adams Schick

    Railroad Commissioner
    David Floyd

    Chief Justice, Supreme Court
    Tom Oxford

    Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7
    David G. Smith

    Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8
    Drew Shirley

    Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3    
    Matthew E. Eilers

    Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4
    Dave Howard

    Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9
    William Bryan Strange, III

    U.S. Representative, District 2
    Craig Wolfe

    U.S. Representative, District 3
    Christopher J. Claytor

    U.S. Representative, District 4
    Fred Annett

    U.S. Representative, District 5
    Ken Ashby

    U.S. Representative, District 6
    Max W. Koch III

    U.S. Representative, District 7
    Drew Parks

    U.S. Representative, District 8
    Brian Stevens

    U.S. Representative, District 9
    Brad Walters

    U.S. Representative, District 10
    Matt Finkel

    U.S. Representative, District 11
    John R. Strohm

    U.S. Representative, District 12
    Shiloh Sidney Shambaugh

    U.S. Representative, District 15
    Gricha Raether

    U.S. Representative, District 16
    Mette A. Baker

    U.S. Representative, District 17
    Gardner C. Osborne

    U.S. Representative, District 18
    Mike Taylor

    U.S. Representative, District 19
    Richard "Chip" Peterson

    U.S. Representative, District 20
    Michael Idrogo

    U.S. Representative, District 21
    James Arthur Strohm

    U.S. Representative, District 22
    John Wieder

    U.S. Representative, District 23
    Lani Connolly

    U.S. Representative, District 24
    David A. Casey

    U.S. Representative, District 25
    Jim Stutsman

    U.S. Representative, District 26
    Stephanie B. Weiss

    U.S. Representative, District 27
    Robert E. Powell

    U.S. Representative, District 28
    Ross Lynn Leone

    U.S. Representative, District 29
    Joel Grace

    U.S. Representative, District 30
    Jarrett Woods

    U.S. Representative, District 31
    Barry N. Cooper

    U.S. Representative, District 32
    Alex Bischoff

    State Board of Education, District 6
    Mary Ann Bryan

    State Board of Education, District 7
    Richard R. Johnson

    State Board of Education, District 8
    Kim B. Stroman

    State Board of Education, District 11
    Bruce Beckman

    State Board of Education, District 14
    John E. Shuey

    State Senator, District 6
    Susan Delgado

    State Senator, District 9
    Carl Nulsen

    State Senator, District 10
    Richard A. Cross

    State Senator, District 11
    Cliff Messina

    State Senator, District 16
    Paul Osborn

    State Senator, District 20
    Billy "Bill" Parker

    State Senator, District 21
    Barry L. Allison

    State Senator, District 23
    Jim Renfro

    State Senator, District 24
    Bill Oliver

    State Senator, District 26
    Steve Lopez

    State Senator, District 28
    M. J. (Smitty) Smith

    State Senator, District 31
    Lauren Poindexter

    State Representative, District 1
    Tim Eason

    State Representative, District 2
    Michael A. French

    State Representative, District 4
    James C. Yow

    State Representative, District 6
    Gene Moody

    State Representative, District 7
    Joey R. Stroman

    State Representative, District 9
    Joe Allport

    State Representative, District 10
    Phil Smart

    State Representative, District 11
    Paul Bryan

    State Representative, District 14
    Ron Darby

    State Representative, District 17
    Alan W. Duesterhoft

    State Representative, District 19
    Richard Ramsey

    State Representative, District 20
    Craig C. Weems

    State Representative, District 22
    Dean L. Tucker

    State Representative, District 23
    Charles L. Earley

    State Representative, District 24
    Rafael E. Ramos

    State Representative, District 25
    Richard Cole

    State Representative, District 28
    M. Stephen Lucas

    State Representative, District 32
    Lenard Nelson

    State Representative, District 33
    Justin R. Garrett

    State Representative, District 41
    Charles W. Snelling

    State Representative, District 43
    Richard W. Shuey

    State Representative, District 44
    John Lynch

    State Representative, District 45
    Tom Gleinser

    State Representative, District 46
    Allen Hacker

    State Representative, District 47
    Alan Hultgren

    State Representative, District 48
    Ben Easton

    State Representative, District 50
    Jerry Chandler

    State Representative, District 51
    Arthur DiBianca

    State Representative, District 52
    Lillian Simmons

    State Representative, District 53
    Brian W. Holk

    State Representative, District 54
    Nicolaas J. Kramer

    State Representative, District 55
    Chris Lane

    State Representative, District 56
    David Meine

    State Representative, District 57
    Neill Snider

    State Representative, District 58
    Tom Stewart

    State Representative, District 59
    Coy Reynolds

    State Representative, District 61
    Richard W. Forsythe Jr.

    State Representative, District 63
    John Turner

    State Representative, District 64
    Jason Jordan

    State Representative, District 65
    Lee Hooper

    State Representative, District 66
    Benjamin Westfried

    State Representative, District 67
    Jeffrey Joyner

    State Representative, District 68
    Ryan Galloway

    State Representative, District 69
    Richard Brown

    State Representative, District 70
    Robert R. Virasin

    State Representative, District 71
    Michael Walton

    State Representative, District 72
    Dennis Higgins

    State Representative, District 73
    Shannon Beckett McCracken

    State Representative, District 78
    Bill Collins

    State Representative, District 81
    Elmo Hockman

    State Representative, District 82
    Sherry Phillips

    State Representative, District 86
    Kevin Howell

    State Representative, District 87
    L. Blake Bailey

    State Representative, District 91
    Paul Mastin

    State Representative, District 93
    Colin F. Sewards

    State Representative, District 94
    Geoffrey A. Adams

    State Representative, District 95
    Hy Siegel

    State Representative, District 96
    Todd Litteken

    State Representative, District 97
    Rodney Wingo

    State Representative, District 98
    Stephen M. Smith

    State Representative, District 99
    Robin Chester

    State Representative, District 100
    Robert M. Pritchett

    State Representative, District 103
    David R. Mason

    State Representative, District 105
    James G. Baird

    State Representative, District 106
    Gene Freeman

    State Representative, District 107
    Brandon Parsons

    State Representative, District 109
    Kevin Jackson

    State Representative, District 111
    Tim Miles

    State Representative, District 112
    Philip M. White

    State Representative, District 115
    Preston Poulter

    State Representative, District 116
    William T. Armstrong V

    State Representative, District 118
    James L. Thompson

    State Representative, District 121
    Arthur M. Thomas IV

    State Representative, District 122
    Sally Baynton

    State Representative, District 126
    Oscar J. Palma, Jr.

    State Representative, District 127
    Justo Perez

    State Representative, District 130
    William B. Gray Jr.

    State Representative, District 132
    Phil Kurtz

    State Representative, District 134
    Mhair S. Dekmezian

    State Representative, District 135
    Alfred N. Montestruc

    State Representative, District 136
    Gerald W. "Jerry" LaFleur

    State Representative, District 137
    Alex Cresswell

    State Representative, District 141
    Richard Brown

    State Representative, District 143
    Joe O. Marcom

    State Representative, District 147
    Joe Tirado

    State Representative, District 150
    Ken Petty

     

    Bastrop County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Travis Hill

     

    Bexar County

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Jeff Carruthers

     

    Brazos County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    John Roemer

     

    Cameron County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Robert E. Bolkcom

     

    Collin County

    Sheriff
    Brent Friedman

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Randy Kohn

    Constable, Precinct 3
    Rodney Caston

     

    Dallas County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Clayton Payne Woolam

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Matt Havener

     

    Ellis County

    Tax Assessor-Collector

    Linda Gallegos

    Treasurer (unexpired term)
    Cathy Kennedy

     

    Harris County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Jeffrey McGee

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Jorgen Nelson

    Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 1
    Derrick J. Anderson Sr

     

    Hays County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Steve Ravet

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Deborah R. Wood

     

    Jefferson County

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Kevin R. McCarthy

     

    Lubbock County

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Jerry Russell

     

    Nueces County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Bradley Moore

     

    Parker County

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Tom W. Clayton

     

    San Patricio County

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Ed Bailey

     

    Tarrant County

    Sheriff
    Charles Hibbler

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Mark F. Frohman

     

    Travis County

    Sheriff
    David McDaniel

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Mike Burris

    County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    Fancy Fairchild

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3
    Wes Benedict

    Constable, Precinct 2
    Arlo J. Pignotti

    Constable, Precinct 3
    Joe Edgar

    Constable, Precinct 5
    Michael M. Holt

     

    Williamson County

    Sheriff
    Mike Andras

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Jon Scallan

    County Commissioner, Precinct 3

    James Atwell Andrews

    Constable, Precinct 4
    Charles McCoy

     

  54. Utah

    Dr. Joseph Geddes Buchman U.S. Congress, District 1
    Mathew Arndt U.S. Congress, District 2
    Dell “Super Dell” Schanze Governor
    Joe Hobbs Lieutenant Governor
    W. Andrew McCullough Attorney General
    Mike Stoddard State Auditor
    Brent Zimmerman Utah House, District 16
    Dylan McDonnell Utah House, District 24
    Shaun Kruger Utah House, District 36
    Charles Bonsall Utah House, District 49
    Ronald S. Regehr Utah House, District 55
    Nathanial Ashby Utah House, District 64
    Aric M. Cramer, Sr Utah House, District 71

    (I’ll do contact info later)

  55. VT – none listed

  56. VA – 2008 not yet listed

  57. WA

    no current info

  58. WI

    Lists Tim Peterson for State Treasurer, but the blurb does not make it clear whether he is running again this year.

    I know Kevin Barrett is running, and another LP member has expressed interest in running against him for the nomination for the 3rd Congressional district. Neither is listed on the page, as far as I can see.

  59. This candidate may have to be subtracted soon:

    NC House 30
    Sean Haugh
    1821 Hillandale Rd. 1B-332
    Durham NC 27705
    919-286-0152
    seanhaugh@mindspring.com

  60. It is curious why LP national, and many of the state LP organisations fail to list candidates.

    Boston Tea Party is very interested in endorsing candidates from other parties who favor a smaller government at all levels and on all issues. See our site for a recent press release on the topic, and to learn more. http://www.bostontea.us/

    Andy, above, says that the LP has not done anything as a party of anarcho-capitalism. But, what is it doing as a party of racist bigotry and Christian conservatism? You don’t have to leave the LP to find a better presidential candidate. But you might choose to do so.

  61. It occurs to me to wonder how long it’ll take for the Boston Tea Party to have more libertarian candidates (and, indeed, more Libertarian Party candidates) on our voter’s guide and endorsed by our party, than are currently listed on the LP national site. I count 28 on their site.

    That node on our site: http://bostontea.us/voterguide We currently list 7 candidates.

  62. […] by pauliecannoli Working on a list here, here and […]

  63. […] got me wondering more about our LP candidates and I noticed Paulie was thinking along the same lines. Given that LP.org lists a paltry few candidates for a paltry few states, I decided to develop a […]

  64. […] 5, 2008 by pauliecannoli I’ve previously listed the LP candidates here, here, here and here. Now, George Donnelly has turned this list into its own website with graphics and […]

  65. […] by pauliecannoli I’ve previously listed the LP candidates here, here, here and here. Now, George Donnelly has turned this list into its own website with graphics and […]

  66. […] previously listed the LP candidates here, here, here and here. Now, George Donnelly has turned this list into its own website with graphics and […]

  67. It’s time to have for us to have a Third party so you see were everyone stands at. To day two party looks a like to me people Get up Vote We have a great man running for President Bob Barr. We need a good Supreme Court not a World Court.Look at the Texas case Jose Ernesto Medellin’s to me there’s only one Court and thats the US Supreme Court. It my not be the best but to me it’s our Court

  68. […] I noticed Paulie Cannoli had put together a list of LP candidates and became aware that some people were upset about lp.org not listing all the candidates, I decided […]

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