Monday Dec 2
Ballot Access News
U.S. Supreme Court Sets Conference Date for Libertarian Party...
The U.S. Supreme Court has placed Libertarian Party of Michigan v Ruth Johnson, 13-421, on its list of cases to be considered at the December 13 conference.
The Chronicle Herald
Paper operations launch venture
Maritime Paper Products Ltd. and Norampac , a division of Cascades Canada ULC, have formed a new joint venture for corrugated packaging operations in Atlantic Canada.
LP Monday Message: 6 Ballot Access Questions
Which state ran a candidate for governor in 2010, set a record high percentage in that race for a Libertarian, but fell a heart-breaking 1,614 votes short of the 50,000 votes needed to achieve ballot access? Hint: The state plans to try again in 2014.
Giving Tree at mall
The United Way of Milford and the Westfield Connecticut Post Mall have teamed up to provide residents a way help the needy this holiday season.
Rules for all Republicans
Yes, Virginia. There really is a split in the Republican Party. There always has been and always will be.
Sarvis Non-Role in McAuliffe's Victory Over Cuccinelli Prompts...
Tightly contested major-party political races are not exactly factories for lucid, dispassionate political analysis.
Former NM Gop Chairman John Dendahl Dies
John Dendahl, who led the Republican Party of New Mexico for nearly a decade and was known for his fearless challenges of Democrats, has died.
Sweetness & Light
The WP Wants More 'Libertarian' Vote Splitters
Libertarian Party candidate Robert Sarvis was never going to win the Virginia governor's race.
Community Agency for Senior Citizens re-elects new officers, board of directors
The Community Agency for Senior Citizens and Senior Housing Resource Corporation re-elected a slate of officers and board of directors.
Coalition forms to protect gay marriage
Former Gov. Gary Johnson, Democratic U.S. Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham, the American Civil Liberties Union and others are launching a new campaign Thursday to protect gay marriage in New Mexico.