Click on any of the stories below to read about individuals who have declared their intention to Carry the Flag for Missouri Libertarians in 2016.--To see a full listing of our "announced" candidates, and their contact information, click on the "Elections" tab above-Read more
Benjamin Brixey is proud to carry the flag, this time in the 7th US Congressional District. Last election he flew our flag in the Greene County Presiding Commissioner race and pulled 5.9% of the vote in a three-way race. It's hard to believe Ben once considered himself a socialist. This...Read more
Cecil Ince is doing more than his duty this year. If he feels any need to make up for times in his 15 year history with the Party when he might not have been active, he's doing double duty now. Not only is he willing to carry the flag for...Read more
Libertarians in Missouri are fortunate to have Martin Hague carrying our flag for a second time. This time he's waving it higher. In 2010 Martin afforded Libertarians in his state representative district a candidate to vote for. Martin is a first generation American who came to the United States from...Read more
Bill Slantz hasn't stop since he started. I truly believe individuals have the right to exercise sole dominion over their own lives , he wrote in 2007. Bill first appeared on my radar screen in 2003. The year 2007 is when Bill really got started. I believe he's run for...Read more
Please pardon our mess... The 2016 Missouri Libertarian Convention will take place in Jefferson City on March 19th. To see a picture of the hotel and a link to their website, see "upcoming events" on the lower right of our"home" page. This convention is designed to cater to the people...Read more
Brian Lautenschlager will do the Party proud. He is both eloquent and passionate when he talks about how the D's and R's use the power of government to control us by coercing the behavior they want. It is true, what he says. Maybe he'll figure out a nice way to...Read more
Christian is personable on the phone. He made me laugh. His wife, "She's fine with it", he said. They're both nearly exasperated with the political situation. "We're both on the borderline between giving up entirely or doing something about it." You can get old and depressed and sit at home...Read more
The first time Robb ever heard of the Libertarian Party was in a voting booth in 1994. "I was shocked to see a party I hadn't heard of and so inquiring found this is the perfect party for me." Robb is a sax player. He played on cruise ships for...Read more
Andrew Bolin is about 35 years old. Rachel, his wife, isn't especially interested in politics. She likes Andrew, though, and for that we like her. Their children are doing their job, being cute. Originally from Detroit, Andrew has a college degree and the government's permission to do whatever it is...Read more
Jeanne Bojarski is one of the veterans of Missouri Libertarian Party. She has run for office many times and served the Party in many capacities, including a stint as the newsletter editor for the MOLP. You can see some of her work in old editions of "ShowMe Freedom" archived on...Read more
Cisse Spragins will wave the flag once more, as our girl for Governor this time. It isn't hard to remember her, or how to pronounce her first name. It's Cisse, as in sister. Her last name is a little more challenging, as is she--her challengers will find, if they find...Read more
Jim will jump into the ring in their US Congressional District while LaDonna mixes it up in the St. Louis County Council contest. Salt of the earth, the Higginses have been involved in the Libertarian Party almost since its inception in 1971. One of their daughters gets some credit for...Read more
Dan Hogan first heard of the Libertarian party in about 7th grade. Some girl in a school in Alabama told the class there was a Libertarian running for President, too. Later he discovered an appreciation of the social aspects of liberty represented by the Libertarian party, as well as the...Read more
Jonathan Shell has clearly enjoyed the effort he's made to run on our ticket for US Congress in the 8th District. He has social media--facebook, twitter, YouTube and a website. His enthusiasm is catching. Check him out. You will find links to all his social media if you click on...Read more