Note from the Chair

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 Party of Arkansas today. I am proud of the dedication, hard-work and sacrifices made by our candidates and members. Yesterday was the culmination of two solid years of putting our hearts and souls into this party, and it showed in amazing ways.

I cannot begin to name each and every person who worked to make this possible, so I won’t even try. From candidates to campaign coordinators, from sign wavers to petitioners, from donors to organizers, and everywhere in between, you know who you are, and so do we. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. I am humbled and honored to be associated with the LPAR and such great freedom fighters as we have.

Although our ultimate goal of receiving 3% for Gary Johnson to keep us on the ballot was not met, it does not diminish our huge gains. The LPAR is committed to continue this fight on every battleground imaginable. Whether in the courts, through our legislators or through the petitioning process, we have only begun to fight. And fight we will, because our country, our state and our liberties depend on it.

As N.D. Wilson said, “Sometimes standing against evil is more important than defeating it. The greatest heroes stand because it is right to do so, not because they believe they will walk away with their lives. Such selfless courage is a victory in itself.”

In Liberty,

Rodger Paxton

Chairman, LPAR

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