The Libertarian Party of Iowa convened on April 24 to nominate several candidates for statewide offices. The Libertarian candidate for governor is Eric Cooper, a neuroscience expert in the Iowa State University Psychology department. In his speech to the delegates, Cooper said frankly that the Libertarian Party had not been effective in the past. He laid out a "10 percent strategy" for Libertarians to "get everything we want without ever winning an election." You can watch Cooper's whole speech here, but I posted a rough transcript of some interesting parts after the jump.Continue Reading...
Can the Libertarians' "10 percent strategy" pay off in Iowa?
- Wednesday, Apr 28 2010
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