Char Reid reflects on his two campaigns. He discusses how he handles debates, why he’s aggressive towards his opponents, and why so many tea partiers support him over his Republican opponents. For more podcasts, please visit: http://podcast.lpin.org
Chris Spangle sits down to talk with US Senate candidate Andy Horning for an in-depth interview on running the first negative campaign on voters, why he keeps coming back, and what it’s like inside the Republican Party.
After a short State Fair-induced absence, we get back to work to talk about Paul Ryan’s libertarian credentials, Todd Akin and social conservatism, and then Gault shows up an hour and a half late to discuss tech news.
Rupert Boneham and Brad Klopfenstein sit down to discuss Rupert’s choice of Brad to serve as his running mate in their bid to become Indiana’s next Governor and Lt. Governor. Listen Here.
Rex Bell has made history in his previous runs for Indiana House. So why run for Congress? Rex explains to guest host Mike Kole. Listen Here.
Chris, Creighton, and Chris discuss the President on Jimmy Fallon, and can Ron Paul really win the GOP nomination? Hate mail can be sent to email@example.com.
We Are Libertarians – 007: How To Organize a Campus and Differences Between Boomer And Millennial Libertarians
Chris, Creighton, Chris and special guest Andrew Reno discuss how to lead and organize a libertarian organization, especially on college campuses. They also discuss how to deal with rifts in your organization and the libertarian movement, and the differences between
Rupert Boneham, a candidate for the LPIN’s Gubernatorial nod, discusses how he found the Libertarian Party and why he’s running for Governor. Learn more at http://www.rupertforgovernor.com.
LPIN Podcast Season 2 – 006: Sam Goldstein, State Chair on the Convention, Candidate Standards, and Who’s Running
State Chair Sam Goldstein gives us a preview of the LPIN State Convention this weekend. He discusses the candidates seeking our nomination, and the new standards the State Central Committee has put in place for vetting purposes. Learn more at:
As Election Night early returns rolled in, Libertarian Party of Indiana State Chair Sam Goldstein commented on the numbers- thus far, the highest seen for Libertarian candidates in the history of the LPIN. Listen Here: LPIN State Chair Sam Goldstein