Libertarians Participate in Woodstock’s Christmas Parade

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Danny Malaut holds one end of the banner.


Libertarians Participate in Woodstock’s Christmas Parade — 3 Comments

  1. Uh oh, are we going to see Malouf run for the 14th district on Congress as a Libertarian?

    He didn’t turn in his nominating petitions as a Republican, so as long as he does not cast a Republican ballot in March, I’m guessing he could be a Libertarian candidate for Congress?

  2. Well I like Danny he’s a nice guy.

    Good heart and good intentions.

    If he files to run libertarian won’t that split Republican vote in general?

    Doesn’t he have to now get triple signatures by June?

    I guess I won’t know how I feel about that until we see who wins R nominee in March.

    God help us.

  3. If anything he would run for U.S. Senate.

    Signature requirements are way too high for congressional candidates if you’re third party but Libertarians have no problem getting statewide people on the ballot.

    To run for congress, he would need to get over 15 thousand signatures (Republicans needed 961) and they’d have to be from the 14th district.

    A statewide LP candidate only needs 25,000 (vs 5,000 for D and R) — and they could be from any of the 18 congressional districts in the state.

    No Libertarian has announced they’re running for Senate so the door is open.

    He tweeted about libertarian values as well within days of dropping out.

    And in his farewell tweet he said he was going to pursue something else.

    I’m surprised you didn’t catch that, Lopez.

    You’re usually more astute, but I suppose there’s a lot of stuff going on right now and Danny Malouf is not the highest priority.

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