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Nathan Hale
05-13-2010, 02:10 PM
So, this Tuesday we have Rand Paul's race, but who else should we keep an eye out for?

BuddyRey
05-13-2010, 04:35 PM
Is Kokesh's primary this week?

libertybrewcity
05-13-2010, 06:13 PM
Is Kokesh's primary this week?

No.

Arkansas, May 18
Kentucky, May 18
Oregon, May 18
Pennsylvania, May 18
Idaho, May 25
Alabama, June 1
Mississippi, June 1
New Mexico, June 1
California, June 8
Iowa, June 8
Maine, June 8
Montana, June 8
Nevada, June 8
New Jersey, June 8
North Dakota, June 8
South Carolina, June 8
South Dakota, June 8
Virginia, June 8
Utah, June 22
Georgia, July 20
Oklahoma, July 27
Kansas, Aug 3
Michigan, Aug 3
Missouri, Aug 3
Tennessee, Aug 5
Colorado, Aug 10
Connecticut, Aug 10
Washington, Aug 17
Wyoming, Aug 17
Alaska, Aug 24
Arizona, Aug 24
Florida, Aug 24
Louisiana, Aug 28
Delaware, Sept 14
Dist. of Columbia, Sept 14
Maryland, Sept 14
Massachusetts, Sept 14
Minnesota, Sept 14
New Hampshire, Sept 14
New York, Sept 14
Rhode Island, Sept 14
Vermont, Sept 14
Wisconsin, Sept 14
Hawaii, Sept 18

Nathan Hale
05-13-2010, 08:21 PM
So are there any liberty candidates in Arkansas, Oregon, or Pennsylvania? Or Kentucky, of course.

Paulitical Correctness
05-13-2010, 09:31 PM
Libertyslate lists Jaynee Germond for Oregon, and Pat Sellers for Pennsylvania.

Admittedly, I haven't looked into these candidates. :(

http://www.germond2010.com
http://patsellers.org/

evilfunnystuff
05-13-2010, 11:14 PM
In PA there's Luskik, Towne and there was some younger chick I remember that seemed good and had a commercial posted on the forums Pia or something.

Imperial
05-13-2010, 11:23 PM
Towne is an independent, so he will be on the ballot in the general. However, that race has an establishment guy against a tea partier in the Republican primary. If the tea partier loses (as expected), I would predict Towne's support growing much stronger (possibly nearing 15%).

evilfunnystuff
05-13-2010, 11:29 PM
Towne is an independent, so he will be on the ballot in the general. However, that race has an establishment guy against a tea partier in the Republican primary. If the tea partier loses (as expected), I would predict Towne's support growing much stronger (possibly nearing 15%).

My bad. lol