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Libertarian Party of Texas Chooses Nominees at Well-Attended Convention

On April 12, the Texas Libertarian Party held its state convention in Temple, Texas, to choose nominees for the 2014 election, and to elect party officers. The convention had approximately 215 voting delegates. The greatest suspense was over the gubernatorial nomination. Kathie Glass, who was also the party’s gubernatorial nominee in 2010, won with 107 votes in the final ballot, defeating Robert Bell. Thanks to IndependentPoliticalReport for this news.

One Response

  1. Arthur DiBianca

    The first round of the vote used approval voting. Normally that would make a runoff unnecessary, but in this case there was a tie. (I believe 113 for Glass and 113 for Bell.)

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