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Media Stories on Libertarian Party's Gaining "Party" Status in West Virginia, and District of Columbia

Published on November 9, 2012, by in General.

General circulation media has recently run stories on the Libertarian Party’s gaining status as a “political party” under West Virginia law, and District of Columbia law. Here is a story about West Virginia; here is a story about D.C.

5 Responses

  1. Reed E

    Any idea how much petitioning cost the LP in West Virginia and D.C.?

  2. Richard Winger

    #1, I think about $10,000 for D.C. and $22,000 for West Virginia.

  3. Scott A. Kohlhaas

    Two huge victories for LP ballot access.

  4. p

    @2 more than that. When you factor in extra signatures for validity margin and travel costs, plus last minute signature price increases, etc.

    More importantly, DC based national journalists will now get used to seeing the LP on their local ballots.

    The WV eastern panhandle is home to some DC commuters, so that helps as well.

  5. raymond

    Horray for WV! The problem though is they still will be the underdog. Any word if they are planing on running someone for Senate in 2014?

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