Colorado Libertarians Refuse to Submit National Candidates

Colorado's Libertarian Party doesn't plan to submit paperwork putting the party's presidential and vice presidential nominees on the state's general election ballot after determining the national ticket doesn't share the state party's core values, a party spokesman said.

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That could change if Libertarian presidential nominee Chase Oliver and his running mate, Mike ter Maat, change their positions on numerous issues, the spokesman told Colorado Politics.

As things stand, however, the state's largest minor political party is leaving its options open — and could nominate someone else or list "none of the above" as the Libertarian candidate for president on Colorado ballots.




David Strom

Well, there goes Chase Oliver's chance of upending the presidential race and winning the Electoral College

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