It’s a busy week ahead for the Libertarian Party of Indiana! Monday: Chard Reid Debates Opponents in Congressional District 5 Debate Please come out to support Chard! 3085 W. 116th St. Carmel, IN 46032 Doors open at 6:30 PM EST, […]
(Originally posted at IndyPolitics.org) In the first of our series of “Why Are You Running” columns 2nd Congressional District candidate, Libertarian Joe Ruiz, explains why he’s running for the office.
Joe Ruiz for Congress Ad: Paths to Liberty [youtuber youtube=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzWiwtlmqeM’]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE In 2010 the Libertarian Party candidate Mark Vogel participated in the congressional debates and eventually went on to win over 9,000 votes in the general election. Republican Jackie Walorski was ultimately defeated in the race and a
9/3/2012 (Monday), interview hosted by Thomas w/ libertarianprogressive.com – w/ Joe Ruiz – a Libertarian candidate who is running for the US House of Representatives in Indiana’s Congressional District 2 – 2012 [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgIjhjeG3Qk[/youtube]
Congressional District 2 candidate Joe Ruiz discusses his philosophy of government and updates us on his campaign.
Libertarian Party Presidential candidate Governor Johnson is pleased to announce, on behalf of himself, Judge Gray and the Johnson/Gray2012 Campaign, his endorsement of the following Hoosier Federal candidates.
“This is an ad that Joe Ruiz for Congress will be putting on the air in the near future. We had to give our current supporters first listen. Thanks!” – Joe Ruiz [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJZgvRMKyFw[/youtube] Help put this ad on there air!
The Indiana Democratic Party has sunk to new lows in their efforts to win two Congressional seats in Indiana. It was revealed Friday that the Indiana Democratic Party has put out a direct mail piece for Libertarian Greg Knott in
The Libertarian Party of Indiana announces that they will have three candidates for the upcoming general election speaking at the first ‘Defenders’ of the Constitution’ (DotC) rally in Kokomo on Saturday, September 25. The Rally will be located at the