Libertarian National Committee in fierce deadlock over how to address growing Bob Barr controversies
Monday, September 15, 2008
The U.S. presidential nominee, former .(LNC) was reported to be in a deadlock Sunday night over how to address the growing controversies surrounding their party's
Many libertarians have spoken out against Barr since his last minute refusal to attend formerpresidential hopeful 's third party unity conference at the in on Wednesday.
The effort to replace Barr as the nominee has been rejected. Not a single person on the 17-member LNC was willing to make the motion.
However, at-large representative— who lost the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination to Barr at the in May by only a few votes — is supporting a resolution to apologize to Paul.
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This is being countered by Treasurer Aaron Starr, who favors a resolution to chastise Paul for not endorsing Bob Barr and “splitting the Freedom Movement.”
Currently, neither resolution has enough votes to pass.
- "Plans set in motion for the removal of Bob Barr as the Libertarian Party's U.S. presidential nominee" — Wikinews, September 13, 2008
- "Controversy spreads over Libertarian U.S. presidential nominee Bob Barr" — Wikinews, September 12, 2008
- "LNC efforts to address ‘Snubgate’ in a deadlock" — , September 14, 2008
- "Bob Barr snubs Ron Paul and other third party candidates" — , September 11, 2008