I agree completely with 1996 and 2000 LP Presidential Candidate Harry Brown, when he said today “It’s a great day to be a Libertarian!” It’s an even greater day to be a Libertarian in the great state of Arkansas, where we have made historic gains and elected libertarians!
I am immensely proud of the Libertarian . . . → Read More: Note from the Chair
The Libertarian Party of Arkansas, in it’s first time at bat with full ballot access, elected a partisan Libertarian to office! Frank Gilbert, former mayor of Tull Arkansas and former chairman of the LPAR, made history yesterday by being elected Constable of Dekalb Township in Grant County! I know you all join me in congratulating Frank . . . → Read More: Arkansas Elected Libertarians!
***All vote totals in this email are based on the current 8:00pm 11/7/2012 results from AR SoS. At that time there are only 88% of counties fully reporting and 12% partially reporting.***
Remember, Remember the Sixth of November
A Battle for Freedom hard fought.
I see no reason why all of our victories
Should ever . . . → Read More: Remember, Remember the Sixth of November…
We will be hosting several events on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6th!
Election Day Libertarian Party Sign Wave! - Please join us at Polling locations across Arkansas to support your local, state, and national Libertarian Party candidates. Arkansas Polls are open from 7:30 a.m-7:30 p.m. This event page is focused on Lonoke County and Pulaski County . . . → Read More: Election Day Events with the LPAR
President/Vice-President of the United States: Gary Johnson/Jim Gray US House, District 1: Jessica Paxton US House, District 2: Chris Hayes US House, District 3: David Pangrac US House, District 4: Bobby Tullis State Senate, District 13: Frank Gilbert State Senate, District 25: David Dinwiddie State Senate, District 31: . . . → Read More: 2012 LPAR Candidates
Kudos to Eileen Walton for stepping up to take on the job of Arkansas State Director for the Gary Johnson 2012 campaign. To get involved with the Arkansas for Gary Johnson Committee, contact Eileen at email@example.com.
At our state convention on April 14th, the Libertarian Party of Arkansas nominated several fine candidates for office — but many ballot positions remain open. At the close of the convention, the delegates voted to end the proceedings in recess, with another nominating session to be held at a later date if additional candidates had . . . → Read More: Candidate Positions Still Open!
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on April 19th, 2012
For Immediate Release: Thursday, April 19 2012
AR Libertarian Party’s 2012 Candidates
(Little Rock, AR) On Saturday, the Libertarian Party of Arkansas (LPAR) nominated candidates for the 2012 election during their state convention. The LPAR nominated candidates to run in all four Congressional districts as well as candidates in several state-wide and local . . . → Read More: Release: AR Libertarian Party’s 2012 Candidates
Thanks to our successful petition drive last summer, candidates of the Libertarian Party of Arkansas will be on the ballot in this November’s general election. We can nominate candidates for any partisan office around the state — Justice of the Peace, General Assembly, U.S. House of Representatives . . . they’re all up for election.
. . . → Read More: Looking for a Few Good Candidates (Actually, more than a few)
A couple of months ago, the LPAR Executive Committee approved a motion to create a Promotions Committee that will be responsible for finding ways to promote the Libertarian Party of Arkansas through advertising, direct mail or other ways. As we move into the election season with Libertarian candidates on the ballot, it will be important . . . → Read More: LPAR Promotions Committee