The Objectivist Party has placed its national ticket on the ballot in two states so far, Colorado and Florida. The Objectivist Party ticket is Thomas Stevens for president and Alden Link for vice-president. Both live in New York state. They were both delegates to the Libertarian Party national convention in Denver, held May 23-26. Stevens was elected at that convention to the national Libertarian Party’s Judicial Committee. However, delegates to the Libertarian Party were mostly unaware that Stevens and Link had held the Objectivist Party national convention in a Denver steakhouse (the Buckhorn Exchange) on May 25 (the same day Bob Barr was nominated for president at the Libertarian convention). It is likely that Stevens would not have been elected to the national Libertarian Party Judicial Committee, if those delegates had been aware that he was promoting a separate political party.