The 2020 presidential election could have ended very differently if Libertarian Jo Jorgensen had not been in the race. Jorgensen
Jacob Clark, Chair of LPKY – District 2, thinks Kentucky Governor Beshear has gone too far. Clark is calling for
Brad Barron, the 2020 Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate (KY), has been invited to debate the Democrat and Republican candidates.
The Commission on Presidential Debates is a fraud perpetrated jointly by the Democratic and Republican parties for the purpose of
If you are not certain that you are registered to vote in this year’s General Election, November 3rd, you
The Libertarian Party of Kentucky (LPKY) continues to grow. The Executive Committee of the LPKY – 4th District selected
Cristi Kendrick won’t flip when she is elected Kentucky State Representative of District 66. She is rooted in libertarian principles.
Libertarian nominees for national offices, Spike Cohen for Vice President of the United States, and Robert Perry for U.S. Representative
Based on what we know about the presidential candidates likely to be nominated by the two old parties in 2020,