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Scores of Libertarians running for federal, state, and local office have pledged to contain and reduce government in several areas. More American jobs, far greater access to health care, and lower taxes are among the many benefits that will result.
Specifically, Libertarian candidates have pledged to sponsor and work diligently to pass legislation that will:
More than 118 Libertarians running for federal and state office have pledged to work to stop heavy-handed meddling by state and federal governments in local schools.
Libertarian National Committee Chair Nicholas Sarwark issued this statement to Trump loyalists unhappy with the GOP:
“In a recent tweet, Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson noted that she was getting a ‘mass volume of texts from people all over the country who will #VoteTrump but [down]ballot not so much.’
“The Libertarian Party would love to remind you, if you are considering this route, that we have nearly 600 down-ballot candidates running nationwide who would love your support.
Dear Governor Pence,
I know this is a painful time for you.
I know you pride yourself on your family values and faith. The recent revelation of your running mate's bragging about sexual assault flies in the face of everything you, and every decent American, believes in.
It is now abundantly clear that Donald Trump does not have the character appropriate to be the next President of the United States.
Gov. Gary Johnson
The Commission on Presidential Debates, a private organization controlled by the Democratic and Republican Parties, relied on rigged polls in its decision to exclude Libertarian Gov. Gary Johnson from the second presidential debate, being held on October 9. This comes in spite of the fact that polls consistently show he draws broad support from independents, military personnel, and millennials.
Alexandria – The Chicago Tribune and The Detroit News join The Richmond Times-Dispatch, The Winston-Salem Journal and the New Hampshire Union-Leader in endorsing Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson.
Both the Tribune and The Detroit News pointed out that Johnson and Weld, unlike the other tickets, have public executive experience and are candidates Americans can be proud to vote for.
From the Chicago Tribune:
Scores of Libertarians running for federal, state, and local office have pledged to fight for big tax cuts, complete government financial transparency, ending the Federal Reserve, and other measures that will force politicians to stop wasting and misusing taxpayer funds.
Click here to compare and contrast the presidential candidates who are on all the ballot in all 50 states, plus D.C.: Libertarian Gov. Gary Johnson, Democrat Sec. Hillary Clinton, and Republican Donald Trump.