Press Releases Archive

  • Topekan Named Vice-Chair of the Libertarian Party of Kansa

    Topekan Named Vice-Chair of the Libertarian Party of Kansa

    Wichita KS – On July 13th, Topekan Sharon DuBois accepted the position of Vice-Chair of the Libertarian Party of Kansas (LPKS). The position was vacated in May 2014 when two-term State Chair, Al Terwelp, resigned because of health issues and Vice-Chair Rob Hodgkinson took over the […]

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    Kansas Libertarians Nominate 1st Amendment Hero

      Wichita KS – On Saturday, April 26th, The Libertarian Party of Kansas nominated Kansas native Keen Umbehr for KS Governor. Umbehr has spent the past 25 years engaging in governmental oversight – first as the owner-operator of a trash-hauling company in Wabaunsee County and […]

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  • OPEN CARRY FIREARMS HB2578 PASSAGE.

    OPEN CARRY FIREARMS HB2578 PASSAGE.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 23, 2014 REF: OPEN CARRY FIREARMS HB2578 PASSAGE. The Libertarian Party of Kansas thanks Governor Brownback, the Kansas Legislature, and the Kansas State Rifle Association for the passage of HB2578, which restores the right to openly carry firearms to all Kansans. […]

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  • Tread On Anyone

    Kansas Libertarians Call for Wisdom From Senate and Governor

    The Libertarian Party of Kansas (LPKS) is encouraging the Kansas Senate to use better judgment than they believe was demonstrated by the representatives in the Kansas House when they passed HB 2453, An Act concerning religious freedoms with respect to marriage. The Libertarian Party has a number of serious concerns with the bill which they believe make the proposed law unacceptable for Kansas.

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  • 2nd Amendment

    Johnson County KS Open Carry Lawsuit

    “PRESS RELEASE” JOHNSON COUNTY OPEN CARRY October 28, 2013 For Immediate Release: Johnson County Open Carry has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city of Prairie Village in Johnson County District Court for violating the rights of its citizens.  Specifically the rights of Prairie […]

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  • Poll

    PR: Demand for Third Party Reaches New High

    According to their latest poll, “60% of Americans say the Democratic and Republican parties do such a poor job of representing the American people that a third major party is needed. That is the highest Gallup has measured in the 10-year history of this question.”

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  • Tresa-&-Keen

    PR: A Cure for Political Dysfunction?

    In this new model candidates seeking a political party’s nomination work side-by-side to inform voters instead of slinging mud from a safe distance. They campaign in a fiscally responsible manner while appearing together speaking to county political groups, civic clubs, student organizations, and on radio & TV shows. While the candidates sometimes disagree with each other, they demonstrate a tolerance for their different views and a respect for each other’s shared commitment to serve and make their community a better place.

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  • Lenexa, KS Votes to Allow Open Carry

    Lenexa, KS Votes to Allow Open Carry

    Tuesday evening June 18th, 2013 the city council of Lenexa unanimously voted to allow the open carry of loaded firearms by law abiding citizens on property open to the public.

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  • PR: Kansas Open Carry Lawsuit

    PR: Kansas Open Carry Lawsuit

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 21st, 2013 REF: OPEN CARRY LAWSUIT The Libertarian Party of Kansas strongly disagrees with the Honorable David W. Hauber’s decision to dismiss our open-carry lawsuit against the municipalities of Leawood and Prairie Village.  Obviously, we are disappointed, but our resolve has […]

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  • 2nd Amendment

    Open Carry Lawsuits Filed in Kansas

    Therefore, the LPKS has taken the step of requesting the Johnson and Wyandotte County Courts to review the ordinances, find them illegal and violative of fundamental constitutional rights, and force these communities to comply with state and federal law.

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