It's Time

Election Day is tomorrow. There's no more time for words, or ads, blog posts, putting out signs, or speeches. There's no more time for bickering about whether Gary Johnson and Bill Weld were the best Libertarian candidates or lament over how they should have said this, or done that.

It's time to vote.

Don't trade your vote.

Don't waste your vote.

Don't vote for the lesser of two evils.

Vote Libertarian.

You vote does count. The establishment parties desperately want to believe otherwise. They don't want you to believe that every single vote for a Libertarian running for any office, will help bring about the most devastating blow to the two-party duopoly that protects the Republican and Democratic parties from real competition.

Your vote for Gary Johnson for President will help us the Libertarian Party reach the arbitrary 5% threshold set by the establishment parties to qualify us as a “major” party.

Your vote for Lon Cecil for Governor will help keep the Libertarian Party on the ballot in North Carolina.

Your vote for Sean Haugh could decide whether the Democrats or Republicans control the U.S. Senate.

Your vote for a Libertarian candidate for General Assembly could help shift the balance of power in the state legislature.

In the year the Chicago Cubs came back from a 3-1 game deficit and won the World Series for the first time in 108 years, anything is possible.

Vote your hopes, not your fears. Vote Libertarian.


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  • commented 2016-11-10 21:22:22 -0500
    I will always vote for freedom, I hope that in four years we will have a principled Libertarian to vote for. After all your asking us not to waste our vote by voting for the lessor of two evils but then you ask us to vote for someone that is essentially the lessor of three evils. I agree he would be a good president but we all knew he ultimately was going to loose so why couldn’t we put up someone that was not a republican dressed up to be a Libertarian (wasting our candidate)? Ultimatly a Libertarian politician shouldn’t be a polititian. DWPerry fits that discription. I think he is nuts but he’ll tell you what he thinks and not what he thinks you want to here so you vote for him and what he thinks is simple Do what you want and be happy just don’t force anyone else to do the same.
  • commented 2016-11-09 13:28:53 -0500
    I cast my Libertarian votes yesterday with a clean conscience. I wI’ll vote for the right kind of candidate regardless of who else is doing it. I refuse to be bullied by two party rhetoric.
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