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  • Libertarian Party of Indiana plans lawsuit to avoid becoming "a real political party"

    I’m not making this up. According to Jim Shella:

    Libertarian Secretary of State candidate Mike Wherry must win 2 percent of the vote for his party to maintain ballot status for the next four years.  That seems likely.  What concerns Libertarians at the moment is the possibility that he will do too well.

    How can you do too well, you ask?  If Wherry gets 10 percent of the vote the Libertarians are thrown into the primary system and must become a real political party just like the Democrats and Republicans.  They would have to appoint precinct committeemen and election judges and such.

    I’d say the two percent threshold is pretty much automatic in this race and it’s possible that enough anti-White protest votes will go to Wherry to put that 10% margin in danger. But the funny part of the post was at the end:

    Libertarian Party executive director Chris Spangle says the party is already working on strategies, including a possible lawsuit, to avoid the requirement if Wherry crests 10 percent.

    In other words, they will do anything to avoid having to act like a political party, including filing lawsuits. No wonder they’ve gone 40 years without actually electing anyone.

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    One response to “Libertarian Party of Indiana plans lawsuit to avoid becoming "a real political party"”

    1. Chris Spangle says:

      When I spoke to Jim, I said we were prepared for 10%, because Republicans have nominated a potential felon, and it is possible. Options on the table could be anything, including lobbying for a complete change in the convention/primary system. Why should taxpayers pay for closed party business?

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