The 'Three Stooges' of Bill Weld, Joe Walsh, and Mark Sanford raised $647,000 combined in the third quarter, compared to $125.7 million for the presidential juggernaut.
The 2008 Libertarian Party presidential ticket continues to run interference for the embattled Republican president.
Dave Smith and Nicholas Sarwark debate the 2016 Libertarian Party ballot, what constitutes success in an election, and how to effectively share libertarian principles.
Dave Smith and Nicholas Sarwark debate the 2016 Libertarian Party ticket, what constitutes success in an election, and how to effectively share libertarian principles.
President with 90% approval ratings among Republicans will be shielded from Bill Weld and Joe Walsh in four states, reports Politico.
The ex-congressman and talk show host thinks he can save the Republican Party.
Plus: The trade war still isn't good or easy to win, trans activists are upset about a new romantic comedy, and more....
The man who couldn't win a GOP primary on his home turf as an incumbent is polling at just 4%—though even that is better than Bill Weld.
If Mark Sanford wants to run a presidential campaign on restraining federal spending, he's in the wrong party.
The libertarian-leaning Republican was unseated after criticizing, among several things, the president's poor grasp of the Constitution.
Trump's challenger soldiers on despite being outraised 150 to 1 and outpolled by more than 70 percentage points.
The #NeverTrump primary challenge to the president is nearly DOA.
Scuffling GOP primary challenger, meanwhile, defends his assertion that the president would prefer an "Aryan nation"
So much for impartial arbitration of intra-party competition.
With the Mueller report scaring off other GOP challengers, the special prosecutor's former boss calls on the president to resign, raises "millions," and continues to get drubbed in the polls.
The first Republican to primary the president is an ex-Libertarian worried about debt, divisiveness, and decorum.
Bernie, Kamala, and Probably Beto Raised More Money in the First Quarter Than Gary Johnson Did During Entire 2016 Campaign
Sobering reminder for all current and future Libertarians: A previously unknown mayor from a midsized Indiana college town will soon shatter the high-water fundraising numbers for America's third party.
Confidants of the late senator have either buckled, joined #NeverTrump plotters, or bolted.
When voters see what the actual options are, their interest in political competition plummets.
In a New Yorker interview, the would-be primary challenger compares the president to Charles Lindbergh.
Ronna McDaniel's CPAC comments are latest indication that the Republican National Committee will tilt heavily Trump in 2020.
'Social Justice'–Touting Bill Weld Has Kind Words for Fellow Ex-Prosecutors Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar
The possible presidential contender has come a long way since his tough-on-crime speech at the 1992 Republican National Convention, but he's still emphasizing his U.S. attorney past.
Richard Nixon faced a primary challenger in 1972...and he squashed him like a bug.
The first semi-declared 2020 GOP challenger comes out blazing against the president while trying to wriggle off the hook about his recent Libertarian past.
Bill Weld Is Prepping To Be the First—and Most Improbable—Primary Challenger to Donald Trump (Updated)
Pro-choice, Obama-supporting "Libertarian for life" will take a "substantial" move Friday toward competing for the Republican presidential nomination.
Billionaire seeks ballot access, political party seeks cash, both hate the national debt...but Schultz is far more interventionist at home and abroad than, say, Bill Weld.
"As far as we're concerned he's a Libertarian and he can't flip-flop back and forth for political expediency," says New Hampshire GOP chair.
Despite Weld's 14 months of party-building as a Libertarian, the local media and some of his allies are talking up a GOP primary challenge to Donald Trump
"That's me!" jokes Bill Weld, while calling Amash a "hero" and encouraging the congressman to run.
Party activists reflect after both a disappointing midterm and an energizing Jeff Hewitt win
"Fishman would bring a sorely needed independent streak to the office," the paper editorializes.
State Rep. Brandon Phinney talks about removing outdated laws, being an Army reservist against interventionism, and what the L.P. needs to do in an era of Trumpism and Democratic Socialism.
The former governor cut government's size, scope, and spending in Massachusetts. Now he says he wants to shrink the federal government too.
After being resoundingly voted out of the party's vice-chairmanship over his comments about veterans, school shootings, and age-of-consent laws, the activist/entrepreneur throws his hat in the ring against Adam Kokesh and a presumed Bill Weld.
Nation's leading conservative columnist argues that the L.P. could be the only viable party in 2020 for "limited government, fiscal responsibility, free trade, the rule of law, entitlement realism and other artifacts from the Republican wreckage."
The antivirus-software pioneer is flying the crypto flag, while the adult actress is running on weed, Net Neutrality, and #MeToo.
The 2016 V.P. candidate is issuing endorsements, raising money, talking about what the party needs to win the White House, and tacking in a more Libertarian direction. But will he take the plunge?