Mike ter Maat, (terMOTT, with a small ‘t’) a South Florida police officer, and former university economics professor publicly announced last week his candidacy for Florida’s 20th Congressional District. ter Maat is running as a Libertarian which offers district residents… Read More ›
The most recent NBC/Marist poll for the presidential election came out this week, and it is flawed. The organization polled 1,146 registered Florida voters with 35 percent responding they consider themselves independent voters, 33 percent Republican, and 31 percent as… Read More ›
There has been some recent chatter on the Internet about a desire by many to see life and business strategist Tony Robbins run for president. Most think their choices are limited to Joe Biden or Donald Trump and are not… Read More ›
There are three candidates who will be on the ballot in all fifty states; Joe Biden (Democrat), Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian) and Donald Trump (Republican and incumbent).
A new poll out yesterday, April 3, 2014, with only 4% identifying themselves as ‘libertarian’, revealed 63% of Americans agree with the libertarian position that elected politicians should not work to enact policies and spend taxpayer money to benefit the… Read More ›
Karl Dickey was recently interviewed for LibertarianViewpoint.com regarding his campaign for Palm Beach County Commission. ————————————————————————————————– In keeping with our goals of trying to get interviews with all the Libertarian candidates running for office April continues to track them down… Read More ›
When I joined the Republician Party at the age of 18 it was was presented to me as a political party which was strong on individual rights, fiscally conservative, and wanted to stay out of both my bedroom & my… Read More ›