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The Texas Libertarian Party Woos Orphaned Voters




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Austin - Voting only straight-party? Then you are not voting in a number of races where your party has no candidate, thereby giving the candidate of the other party a higher percentage of the vote.

Voting for a candidate in a race where your party has no candidate in no way effects your straight-party vote for any candidate of your party.

Races where it's safe to vote Libertarian:

Safe for Democrats to vote Libertarian (no Democrat in the Race)

Congressional District 17. Ben Easton is the Libertarian.

Congressional District 19. Richard (Chip) Peterson is the Libertarian.

Justice of the Texas Supreme Court, Place 2. RS Roberto Koelsch is the Libertarian

Justice of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7. Mark W. Bennett is the Libertarian.

Justice of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8. William Bryan Strange, III is the Libertarian.

State Board of Education, District 7. Matthew Petre is the Libertarian.

State Board of Education, District 9. Sherri L. Little is the Libertarian.

State Board of Education, District 11. Jason Darr is the Libertarian.

State Board of Education, District 7. Stephens Hawkins is the Libertarian.

State Senator, District 4. Bob Townsend is the Libertarian.

State Senator, District 5. Jeffrey Fox is the Libertarian.

State Senator, District 12. John A. Betz, Jr. is the Libertarian.

State Senator, District 22. Tom Kilbride is the Libertarian.

State Senator, District 28. M.J. (Smitty) Smith is the Libertarian.

State Senator, District 30. Richard Wells Forsythe, Jr. is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 1. Tim Eason is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 6. Charles F. Parkes, III is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 15. Sterling Russell is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 33. Michael A. Carrasco is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 52. Lillian Martinez Simmons is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 56. Neill Snider is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 63. Bruce Hermann is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 69. Richard Brown is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 73. Rex Black is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 92. Sean Fatzinger is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 94. David Eyerly is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 96. Max W. Koch III is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 98. Michael Goolsby is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 106. Rodney Caston is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 108. Jarrett Rab Wood is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 121. Arthur M. Thomas IV is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 132. Phil Kurtz is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 133. Gerald W. (Jerry) LaFleur is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 138. Lee Coughran is the Libertarian.

Denton County Tax-assessor Collector. John Gomez is the Libertarian.

Hockley County Sheriff. David Kinney is the Libertarian.

Tarrant County Tax-assessor Collector. Ken Stanford II is the Libertarian.

Williamson County Sheriff,. Mihaly Andras is the Libertarian.

Williamson County Commissioner, Precinct 3. James Andrews is the Libertarian.

Williamson County Constable, Precinct 2. John Jackson is the Libertarian.

Safe for Republicans to vote Libertarian (no Republican in the race)

State Senator, District 14. Ryan M. Dixon is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 46. Andy Fernandez is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 49. Kent Phillips is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 51. Arthur DiBianca is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 101. Carl Nulsen is the Libertarian.

State Representative, District 109. Dexter Jackson is the Libertarian.

Cameron County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 1. Marlene Dougherty is the Libertarian.

Travis County Constable, Precinct 4. David Hull-Radowski is the Libertarian.

Travis County Constable, Precinct 5. Michael Holt is the Libertarian.

If it wasn't for the Libertarian Party voters would have had only one candidate on their ballot in two Congressional Districts, four State Board of Education Districts, seven State Senate Districts, twenty-four State House Districts, one Supreme Court Justice race, two contests for Justices for the Court of Criminal Appeals and nine local races.

"You actually help your party when you vote Libertarian if your party does not have a candidate in that particular race," said Pat Dixon, chair of the Libertarian Party.

When your party is not there for you, the Texas LP is! You can find more information on the Libertarian Party of Texas at www.lptexas.org.

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The Libertarian Party is the third-largest political party in Texas, and stands for constitutional government, free markets, civil liberties and peace. You can find more information on the Libertarian Party of Texas at www.lptexas.org.
 
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