Libertarian Party nominee and Bethany City Councilman Chris Powell’s platform in the Oklahoma race for Lieutenant Governor is simple: we don’t need a Lieutenant Governor. Read the full Oklahoma City Sentinel article by Patrick B. McGuigan.
Proposed updates to a current ban on political and other signage placed in locations “under the control of the City” would extend the ban to freestanding signs on any right-of-way, and include additional restrictions pertaining to billboards, signage in neighborhoods,
A newly-released Change Research poll of 2,079 likely Oklahoma voters shows Libertarian candidate Natalie Bruno with 6%.
Libertarian candidates Will Daugherty and Chris Powell, running for Oklahoma Labor Commissioner and Lieutenant Governor, respectively, offer fresh ideas for improving Oklahoma’s government. Read more in the Tulsa World article by Bob Doucette here.
Libertarian Lynda Steele is in a two-way race for Oklahoma Attorney General. Learn more about her in the Oklahoma Watch article by Keaton Ross here.
Female candidates are running in every statewide race but one in Oklahoma. Among them are Libertarians Natalie Bruno, seeking the governor’s office, and Lynda Steele, running in a two-way race for Attorney General against a Republican. Read the article by
Bethany City Councilman and Libertarian Chris Powell is running for Lieutenant Governor on a sensible but unusual platform. Learn more about him in the Oklahoma Watch article by Keaton Ross here.
With a rapidly-growing number of registered Libertarians in Oklahoma and increasing concern over reproductive rights, pro-choice Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate Natalie Bruno anticipates a record-breaking share of the vote in her race. Read more in the Tulsa World article by Barbara
Three Oklahoma Libertarians participated in the Oklahoma Bankers Association Candidate Forum in Oklahoma City: Natalie Bruno, candidate for Governor Chris Powell, candidate for Lieutenant Governor Lynda Steele, candidate for Attorney General See the article here.
Gubernatorial candidate Natalie Bruno tops the ballot among other Libertarians — including Chris Powell for Lieutenant Governor, and Lynda Steele for Attorney General — running for statewide office this year. Read the article by Ben Felder in The Oklahoman here.
In a public drawing held by the Oklahoma State Election Board on July 31st, the Libertarian Party was drawn first, so each of its candidates will be placed in the top position for their races on the Oklahoma General Election
3 Republican Candidates Contest Gov. Kevin Stitt for Primary Nomination in 8-Contender Oklahoma Governor Race
Natalie Bruno, the sole Libertarian candidate for Oklahoma governor, will face whoever wins the four-way Republican primary, two-candidate Democrat primary, and the Independent candidate. Learn about Bruno’s platform in the OU Daily article by Peggy Dodd here.
OKLP State Executive Committee Issues Unanimous Resolution Concerning LP State Affiliate Membership Purges
OKLP RESOLUTION 2022.01(SEC) LP STATE AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP PURGES (Adopted 30 January 2022) WHEREAS, leaders of the Libertarian Party of Delaware and Libertarian Association of Massachusetts disenfranchised political opponents primarily for internal political reasons, rather than individual behavior warranting discipline, depriving
The Oklahoma Libertarian Party will rally at the State Capitol on Saturday, October 23rd at 1pm to protest the Death Penalty. Libertarian gubernatorial vandidate Natalie Bruno and OKC Mayoral Candidate Jimmy Lawson will be featured speakers. Read the Black Wall
“2022 candidate for Governor of Oklahoma, Natalie Bruno has committed support for term limits on Congress by signing the U.S. Term Limits pledge. Bruno is the first signer in this race.” Read the full termlimits.com article by Scott Tillman here.
On Saturday, September 11th, OKLP members and other concerned Oklahomans met at the OKC Federal Building for a “Rise Up Against the Mandates” rally in protest of President Biden’s “Pathway Through the Pandemic” mandates and the threat those measures pose
Adopted 12 September 2021 WHEREAS state and local governments used the COVID-19 pandemic to force shutdowns and mandates that destroyed businesses all over Oklahoma, and WHEREAS these mandates have shown no measurable benefit in slowing the spread of the virus,