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!
Photo courtesy of Andy Shupe with NWAOnline.com (Copeland on the left)
Casey Copeland, Treasurer for the Libertarian Party of Arkansas, attorney and Alderman in Prairie Grove, AR, brought a case to the Arkansas Supreme Court that led to the overturn of the law banning sexual contact between teachers and adult students. The Arkansas Supreme . . . → Read More: Libertarians Making a Difference in Arkansas – Casey Copeland, Attorney
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
Saturday, April 14th, 2012 9:00AM
The Libertarian Party of Arkansas will be holding our 2012 State Convention in Little Rock on April 14th! Registration for this event can now be taken care of at our website! It will be held at the Comfort Inn and Suites Downtown at the Clinton Library at 707 Interstate . . . → Read More: 2012 LPAR State Convention!
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)
I still vividly remember being at work on 9/11/01 and watching the news feeds from my computer in my office as they replayed the planes crashing into the World Trade Center towers and thinking of the horror that must be going on within those structures. I, like most people across America, sat and felt utterly . . . → Read More: My thoughts 10 years later
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
by R. Lee Wrights
“Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual – or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society . . . → Read More: The Wasted Vote Lie
The Executive Committee last night authorized the creation of an Elections Committee. This committee is much needed and will have many responsibilities that have the potential to make big changes in the LPAR and in the State of Arkansas.
The main responsibilities of this committee will be to help find, coordinate and train candidates for . . . → Read More: Do you want to help shape the State of Arkansas and the LPAR?
The LPAR has been in the news a lot recently, and here are a couple of places.
NWAHomepage.com with a two-minute video that ran on the local Fox News station. Click the link to watch the video!
KUAF 91.3 Ozarks At Large public radio program. Once on the Ozarks at Large page, search for “libertarian” . . . → Read More: LPAR in the News