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Libertarian Party FAQ: Presidential Campaign Info


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                   LIBERTARIAN PARTY PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
                                       
   Libertarian Party candidates for President and Vice-President are
   selected by the delegates at the LP's national convention. The
   nominations for 2004 will be made at the convention expected to
   be held in the late spring or early summer of 2004.
   
   The following candidates have said that they are seeking or
   considering seeking the LP's nomination, are considered likely to
   seek the LP's nomination, or are being promoted for the LP's
   nomination by an active "draft" effort.

   This information is provided for the convenience of LP members,
   potential supporters, and others who may want to learn more
   about the candidates or how to contact them. Listing here does
   not imply any endorsement or support by the Libertarian Party or
   the maintainer of this FAQ.
   
For President

  DAVE HOLLIST
  
   P.O. Box 1414, Alta Loma, CA 91701
   909-980-4198
   E-mail: constitution@compuserve.com
   WWW: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/constitution
   
  L. NEIL SMITH

   Ad Hoc Conspiracy to Draft L. Neil Smith for President
   E-mail: tlknapp@free-market.net
   WWW: http://www.smith2004.org/

For Vice President

   The LP nominee for Vice President is chosen by the convention after
   the nomination for President has been made.  In the past, nominees
   for Vice President have often been individuals who specifically
   sought that position, although the convention is free to select
   one of the candidates who sought the presidential nomination, or
   somebody else entirely.
   
                         =========================

		 PAST CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT
			   OF THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY

 1972

      * President: John Hospers
      * Vice-President: Theodora (Tonie) Nathan

 1976

      * President: Roger MacBride
      * Vice-President: David Bergland

 1980

      * President: Ed Clark
      * Vice-President: David Koch

 1984

      * President: David Bergland
      * Vice-President: Jim Lewis

 1988

      * President: Ron Paul
      * Vice-President: Andre Marrou

 1992

      * President: Andre Marrou
      * Vice-President: Nancy Lord

 1996

      * President: Harry Browne
      * Vice-President: Jo Jorgensen

 2000

      * President: Harry Browne
      * Vice-President: Art Olivier


                         =========================

              LIBERTARIAN 2004 PRESIDENTIAL BALLOT QUALIFICATION
                                       
States Still Qualified From The 2000 Election (22)

    Alaska                Indiana                South Carolina
    California            Kansas                 South Dakota*
    Colorado              Massachusetts          Texas*
    Delaware              Mississippi            Utah
    Florida               Missouri               Vermont
    Georgia               Montana                Washington
    Idaho                 Oregon                 Wisconsin
                                                 Wyoming
                       
States Where Petitioning Currently Is In Progress (6)

    Michigan
    Nebraska*
    New Mexico
    North Carolina
    Ohio*
    Virginia*

Remaining States Where Petitioning Will Be Needed (21-26)

    Alabama
    Arkansas
    Connecticut
    District of Columbia
    Hawaii
    Illinois
    Iowa
    Kentucky
    Maine
    Maryland
    Minnesota
    Nebraska*
    Nevada
    New Hampshire
    New Jersey
    New York
    North Dakota
    Ohio*
    Oklahoma
    Pennsylvania
    Rhode Island
    South Dakota*
    Tennessee
    Texas*
    Virginia*
    West Virginia

    * significant risk of losing qualification in 2002; additional
      petitioning may be required for presidential qualification

Remaining States Where Registration Drive Will Be Needed (1)

    Arizona

Not Yet Qualified, But No Petition Requirement (1)

    Louisiana (filing fee)

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