Meet Joshua Smith, Candidate For Libertarian Party Chairman

With the upcoming 2018 Libertarian Party Convention in New Orleans looming ahead, it’s time for party members to think if now is the time for a change in leadership. Coming off the most successful presidential campaign ever, many within the party are starting to wonder if the reason for the shortcomings is due to the leadership…

12 Libertarians Wins 2017 Elections

The year after a presidential election is usually a quiet time for politics with few people even feigning interest in getting out to vote on their city and state legislator who either became a part of the newly elected president’s administration or live in one of the few states with odd numbered election years. While…

Bill Weld Doesn’t Rule Out 2020 Run, Says 2016 Campaign Changed His Views

Former Governor of Massachusetts and Libertarian Vice President candidate Bill Weld has remained active in the political sphere since the end of the 2016 election cycle. Weld spoke at the Students for Liberty Regional Conference in New York, and endorsed Larry Sharpe for Governor of the state. “He’s a real good candidate,” Weld explained in…

Gary Johnson Will Not Run In 2020

The deadline for 2018 mid-term elections has yet to pass and many libertarians are still discussing who will be the presidential nominee in 2020. A survey taken by the Jack News suggests that the three front runners will be Bill Weld, Justin Amash and Larry Sharpe. Other names being considered by Libertarians include Austin Petersen and Jesse Ventura.   While…