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    Why the Low Voter Turnout?
    November 28, 2014

    What would fix elections is a free market competition, in politics. The same excitement and involvement that the free market generates in other areas would be transferred to politics. This would include having third parties in the debates and allowing more major parties other than boring “Pepsi” and “Coke.” Not only do citizens need to acknowledge that our system of elections is flawed, but that the suggestions to remedy it by the Star Tribune are flawed as well.
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    How Chicken Salad Saved My Life
    November 21, 2014

    I was a divorced mother of a young child. I had just lost my (crappy) job, worried about becoming homeless, and I had $37 to my name. In that situation some people look to government to save them. Me? I found my salvation in chicken salad.
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    Election recap for Libertarian candidates 2014
    November 16, 2014

    This is a summary of results by our Libertarian candidates in the November election. Two candidates won, others came close, but all candidates were successful in introducing the libertarian message to the public. Notable results and other issues of importance from around the country are also discussed.
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    Help the homeless with #BlackFridayLibertarians
    November 13, 2014

    Want to put your libertarian ethics into action through direct, peaceful, and voluntary means? The temperatures are dropping and many months of winter lay ahead. This adds to the struggle faced by the men, women, and children who are homeless. To assist, the Libertarian Party of Minnesota is partnering with Let's Warm the City for a special project called #BlackFridayLibertarians - although you don't need to be a Libertarian to join in.
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    Mindset of young voters in Central Minnesota? Complex
    November 11, 2014

    The St Cloud Times recently published a story featuring Andy Burns, the LPMN Executive Director, about the mindset of young voters and their attitudes toward voting: why they vote, why they don’t vote, and what they expect following the midterm election.
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