Here are the libertarian candidates in every state

Here are the libertarian candidates in every state

Gun Rights

The nation’s largest third party is seeing scores of its candidates on the ballot this November. Voters sick of the two-party system may flock to their state’s Libertarian candidates. Here’s a run-down of the major Libertarian candidates running for Congress by state. Libertarian candidates 2018 Arizona Barry Hess, U.S. Senate (Write-in) Barry Hess, a longtime Libertarian activist, has run for governor of Arizona as the Libertarian candidate in every election since 2002. Due to a law change in 2015 that increased the number of signatures required for a candidate’s name to make the ballot, Hess is running as a write-in candidate for U.S. Senate. Republicans are hoping this change will prevent potential Republican voters from voting Libertarian, but Hess insists that such a change will just hurt voter turnout . Hess for Governor 2014 Arkansas Tom Canada, U.S. House of Representatives, Arkansas 4th District Tom Canada is a native of Scranton, Arkansas. According to his Facebook page , he supports overturning Roe v. Wade , ending foreign aid, and shrinking the size of the federal government. Canada opposes the death penalty and believes that Arkansas currently has too many laws that criminalize nonviolent behavior. Michael Kalagias, U.S. House of Representatives, Arkansas 3rd District Michael Kalagias has lived in Benton County, Arkansas since 1991. He is a U.S. Navy veteran who has also worked as a public school teacher and school security guard. If elected , Kalagias promises not to vote for any spending increases. He is pro-life and a […]

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