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North Carolina Libertarians Have 86,400 Signatures on 2008 Party Petition

Published on November 30, 2007, by in General.

As of November 30, the North Carolina Libertarian Party has 86,400 signatures on its petition to be on the 2008 ballot. The legal requirement is 69,734. Libertarians estimate they need 95,000 raw signatures. The validity rate has been running at 73%, which is fairly good. This petition has been underway for over two years. Fortunately North Carolina lets a group takes as long as 3.5 years to get the job done. In the meantime, the lawsuit in state court against the petition requirement is still pending.

5 Responses

  1. Ron Paul supporter. Please add my name. Raleigh, NC.

  2. Mike Sutton

    Sign me up. RP 2008. Charlotte, NC

  3. Will the court consider the fact that the LP was able to qualify under the old system as proof that it is not un-constitutional?

  4. What impact will this have on the LP/GP lawsuit? Will the court consider the fact that the LP was able to qualify under the old system as proof that it is not un-constitutional?

  5. Graham Shaw

    I live in NC where can I find the petition if I want to sign it?

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