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Libertarian National Convention Wrap-Up

by @ 8:27 am on May 26, 2008. Filed under 2008 Election, Bob Barr, Libertarians, Politics

Although off doing holiday weekend things and not really able to keep up with it, there was plenty of good coverage of the Libertarian National Convention and it’s aftermath.

Over at The Liberty Papers, Stephen and Jason did a great job of reporting from the floor and behind the scenes of the convention, scoring an interview with then candidate and now Vice-Presidential nominee Wayne Allen Root, covering the debate and it’s aftermath, and the six ballot vote that produced what is arguably the parties’ most viable nominee in it’s 35 year history.

There was a lot of other coverage out there, and I’ll have my own comments when I get back up to speed tomorrow, but, meanwhile, Jacqueline Passey has a great round-up of all the coverage over the past three days.

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