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Nov 4th Election Results

November 6, 2014
The 2014 Louisiana Fall elections have been an exciting time for the Libertarian Party of Louisiana! Congratulations to our newly elected Libertarians! William McBride of St Landry Parish is the new Council Member in District 3, Town of Washington! Henry Herford of Franklin is elected Constable for Justice of the Peace in District 1 and Justin Bonnette is Justice of the Peace Ward 6 in Vernon Parish! Chad Perry has made the run off in his race in Calcasieu Justice of the Peace Ward 7!

Randall Lord from Louisiana Congressional District 4 received the top voter percentage in the nation for federal elections with 26.56% (55,224 votes.) 

In Louisiana we had a record number of candidates on the ballot this election and now there will be a record number of 5, potentially 6, Libertarians in office on January 1st! As of today we are officially at 10,517 registered Libertarians and we're growing stronger every day! Thanks to all of our Libertarian candidates and volunteers and supporters for working to make a difference in Louisiana and for being a part of the Libertarian Party of Louisiana!!! 

Federal Candidates Results:
U.S.Senate- Brannon McMorris (L) 0.89% 13024 Votes
Congress Dist 1- Jeffry Sanford (L) 3.57% 8688 Votes
Congress Dist 2- Samuel Davenport (L) 6.88% 15227 Votes
Congress Dist 4- Randall Lord (L) 26.56% 55224 Votes
Congress Dist 5- Charles Saucier (L) 0.92% 2200 Votes
Congress Dist 6- Rufus Holt Craig, Jr. (L) 1.38% 3560 Votes

Local Candidates Results:
Judge 1st Parish Court Div B Jefferson- Troy Broussard (L) 14.99% 10221 Votes
School Board Dist 6A Ascension- Denise Landry Bruno (L) 25.12% 1561 Votes
School Board Dist 7 Jefferson- Jo Ann Scott (L) 11.91% 1758 Votes
Washington City Council Dist 3 St Landry- William McBride (L)58.70% 81 Votes
Youngsville City Council Div B Lafayette- Matt Thomassee (L)14.80% 521 Votes
Youngsville City Council Div A Lafayette- Ryan Shinkle (L) 5.51% 196 Votes
Constable JoP Dist 4 Lafourche- Martin D. Wade (L) 35.15% 1982 Votes
Constable JoP Ward B, St Bernard- Justin L. Licciardi (L) 18.52% 110 Votes
Justice of the Peace Ward 6 Plaquemines- Michael J. Vogt (L)16.97% 727 Votes
Justice of the Peace Ward 7 Calcasieu- Chad Ivery Perry (L) 33.90% 523 Votes

Plaquemines Parish Caucus

November 5, 2014
On October 23rd the Libertarian Party of Louisiana hosted a planning meeting to establish a Plaquemines Parish Executive Committee at Lil G's Kajun Restaurant in Belle Chasse. Thanks to everyone who participated! We had a nice turnout and we've scheduled a second planning meeting at 7pm on Thursday November 13th to be followed by a Caucus Election at 7pm Thursday December 4th! 

The second Plaquemines planning meeting will be at 7pm on Thursday November 13th at Lil G's Kajun Restaurant at 9338 Hwy 23 in Belle Chasse.  We will provide a brief orientation about the Libertarian Party and discuss plans for the committee. The Plaquemines Parish Executive Committee will meet once a month and work to grow voter registration, recruit and support candidates for local office, and focus on local and state government. You do not need to be a registered Libertarian to attend.

The Libertarian Party of Louisiana will host the Plaquemines Parish Caucus on Thursday, December 4th at 7pm at at Lil G's Kajun Restaurant at 9338 Hwy 23 in Belle Chasse.  Plaquemines Libertarians will elect up to 14 Committee Members and 1 Parish Representative to serve on the State Central Committee. You must be a registered Libertarian to vote in the election and we will provide open registration at the event.

For more information please email Executive Director Wendy Adams at Wendy@LPLouisiana.org or call 504.654.7627.

Vote Libertarian on Nov 4th!

November 3, 2014
If  you're tired of big government taxing and spending and encroaching on our Constitutional rights, then on November 4th, please cast your vote for Liberty and Freedom. Vote Libertarian!

Unlike the Democrats and Republicans who are working together to grow the government, Libertarians are working to rein in the government. Libertarians will reduce government taxes and spending and debt. Libertarians will work to stop the endless war in the Middle East. Libertarians will fight to stop the government spying on Americans. We will work to end the failed war on drugs. We'll fight against the central planning of education, and get the control back to the parents and teachers and local communities. And when it comes to health care, we believe the patient should be in control, not the government! 

Libertarians understand that the concept of free markets and free people is what made our nation great historically. We take a common sense approach to government by advocating that low taxes, less government spending, free markets, and upholding personal liberty, will produce economic prosperity and opportunity.   

The Libertarian Party of Louisiana is proud of our candidates who have stepped up to run for office. We ask that on November 4th you cast a vote for Freedom and Liberty in Louisiana. Vote Libertarian!!!

Libertarian Federal Candidates:
Libertarian Local Candidates:
  • Troy G. Broussard for Judge of 1st Parish Court Division B in Jefferson Parish
  • Chad Bourgeois for School Board District 6B in Ascension Parish 
  • Denise Landry Bruno for School Board District 6A in Ascension Parish
  • Jo Ann Scott for School Board District 7 in Jefferson Parish
  • Chad Ivery Perry for Justice of the Peace Ward 7 in Calcasieu Parish
  • Michael J. Vogt for Justice of the Peace Ward 6 in Plaquemines Parish
  • Martin Wade for Constable of District 4 in Lafourche Parish
  • Justin L. Licciardi for Constable Ward B in St Bernard Parish
  • Ryan Shinkle for Youngsville City Council Division A in Lafayette Parish
  • Matthew Thomassee for Youngsville City Council Div. B in Lafayette Parish
  • William McBride for Washington City Council District 3 in St Landry Parish

Vote Early, Vote Libertarian!

October 21, 2014
Vote early, in person! Early voting for the Louisiana 2014 Fall Elections November 4th primary begins October 21st and runs through October 28th (except Sunday.) You do not need a reason to vote early! All voters may vote early at your parish registrar of voters office or at designated locations from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information about early voting and locations please visit the Secretary of State website.

Vote Libertarian! Libertarian candidates are running for office across the state in record-breaking numbers! Every voter in Louisiana can go to the polls and cast a vote for U.S. Senate candidate Brannon McMorris! Five Congressional candidates from Districts 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6 carry the torch for Liberty! And eleven Libertarian candidates are fighting at the local level to restore our Freedom and Liberty, running for Judge, School Board, City Council, Justice of the Peace, and Constable! Please visit the available websites for more information, and support your Libertarian candidates today!

Libertarian Federal Candidates:
Libertarian Local Candidates:
  • Troy G. Broussard for Judge of 1st Parish Court Division B in Jefferson Parish
  • Chad Bourgeois for School Board District 6B in Ascension Parish 
  • Denise Landry Bruno for School Board District 6A in Ascension Parish
  • Jo Ann Scott for School Board District 7 in Jefferson Parish
  • Chad Ivery Perry for Justice of the Peace Ward 7 in Calcasieu Parish
  • Michael J. Vogt for Justice of the Peace Ward 6 in Plaquemines Parish
  • Martin Wade for Constable of District 4 in Lafourche Parish
  • Justin L. Licciardi for Constable Ward B in St Bernard Parish
  • Ryan Shinkle for Youngsville City Council Division A in Lafayette Parish
  • Matthew Thomassee for Youngsville City Council Div. B in Lafayette Parish
  • William McBride for Washington City Council District 3 in St Landry Parish

Libertarian Party of Louisiana Exceeds 10,000 Registered Voters

September 29, 2014
Congratulations to the Libertarian Party of Louisiana as the Secretary of State has officially reported over 10,000 registered Libertarian voters in Louisiana! This milestone indicates a growing number of Louisiana voters are dissatisfied with the current two-party system and looking for a better option. The desire to restore freedom and liberty has made Libertarian Party the fastest growing and 3rd largest political Party in Louisiana and across the nation.

As other political parties are losing voters, the Libertarian Party is undergoing phenomenal growth nationwide and in Louisiana. We welcome those who are disenchanted with big government and policies that diminish our Constitutional rights. 

The Libertarian Party of Louisiana is a grassroots movement dedicated to reducing the size and intrusiveness of government. Libertarians are organizing at the local level and establishing Parish Executive committees across the state. This bottom-up approach addresses government at the local level in an effort to restore Constitutional values and principles.

With a record-breaking number of Libertarian candidates on the ballot this fall, voters who are sick of the endless spending and ever-expanding government have a choice. Candidates for U.S. Senate Brannon McMorrisU.S. Congressional District 1 Jeff SanfordU.S. Congressional District 2 Sam DavenportU.S. Congressional District 4 Randall Lord, U.S. Congressional District 5 Charles Saucier, and U.S. Congressional District 6 Rufus Craig have all promised to uphold the Constitution and work to repeal the so-called Patriot Act. There are 13 additional local candidates on the ballot across Louisiana who are fighting to install Libertarian principles in government. 

The Libertarian platform is economically responsible and promotes individual liberty. Libertarians want the government to stay out of our finances and our personal lives. If you are dissatisfied with the failed two-party system, if you want "More Freedom and Less Government," if you support the Constitution, then join the organization that is working to implement the type of government you believe in. Join the Libertarian Party today