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Indiana US Senate race this year between a Republican and a Libertarian

Published on June 30, 2006, by in General.

No Democrat will be on the November ballot this year for US Senate in Indiana. The only two candidates listed will be a Republican and a Libertarian. This is the eleventh time in the last 16 years in which one of the major parties had not nominated in a US Senate race. The other instances have been: no Republican in Massachusetts 2002, Arkansas 1990 and Georgia 1990; no Democrat in Idaho 2004, Kansas 2002, Mississippi 2002, Virginia 2002, Mississippi 1990, and Virginia 1990.

5 Responses

  1. that’s a good way to get a lot of votes.

    which alternative parties were in those elections?

  2. the big question in Indiana this year:

    Will the Libertarian run left or right of the republican?

  3. Tim

    To find out all you need to know about the libertarion candidate visit his site at http://www.steve4ussenate.com

  4. tim

    *Libertarian. Sorry for the typo.

  5. Matthew Swartz

    According to his website, it looks like he’s running right. Some libertarians, like the ones on lewrockwell.com, really ask tough questions and shift the discussion in interesting directions. This guy seems a lot like a republican, but at least he’s (presumably) antiwar. That in itself is worth a vote, I suppose.

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