Mid-term primary season ended on Tuesday. The candidates are all locked down, for better or for worse. As the November election looms—or perhaps just limps its way toward a conclusion in the hands of a disinterested electorate—now is a good time to take a look at what came out of our first round of voting. Scott Shackford wonders might be of interest to liberty-minded voters, or anybody wanting to triangulate what direction a "libertarian moment" may be taking us (or not, as the case may be). Is there anything to learn from the way nominations have shaken out? And does any of it matter now that the president is launching a new war?
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