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Voting and Elections

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In the North Carolina town of Tar Heel, residents won’t have to worry about Big Government. It’s looking like No Government. Nobody’s on the ballot for November elections, a county elections official told CNN Monday.

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R. Lee Wrights

Every election Libertarians are invariably confronted with the charge that a vote for a Libertarian candidate is a wasted vote.

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Lew Rockwell

Thanks to Lew for running my blog post on this. In the ensuing discussion I wound up explaining my position further, and then linking to a good article by Roderick Long that to my mind answers all the key objections.

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Associated Press

Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper won his coveted majority government in elections that changed Canada's political landscape, with the opposition Liberals and Quebec separatists suffering a shattering defeat.

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Free Patriot Press

Governor Scott, The Florida House of Representatives recently passed a bill stating qualified parties may not place a presidential nominee on the ballot unless they (1) are recognized by the Federal Election Commission as a “national committee”;

News Link • Global Reported By Darryl W. Perry
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Voters in Iceland issued a resounding “no” in a referendum on whether to approve a renegotiated deal to compensate Britain and the Netherlands over the 2008 collapse of Icesave Bank, leaving the issue to be settled in court.

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Christine Smith's YouTube Channel

Christine Smith addresses the electoral process and common objections posed to those who reject voting for political offices because of a belief in non-aggression. Talk was 22 min. Video edited to YouTube 15-min. length-