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Ballot Access Lawsuit

The Libertarian Party of Connecticut is currently involved in important ballot access litigation.

Should we win on our temporary injunction, we expect to win our place on the ballot, freely, for every office in this State.

The decision will also be a precedent for the entire country because we are making arguments presented in detail that has never been tested in court before.

We are currently scheduled to begin making our case March 16, 2020 in Hartford Superior Court.

The costs of mounting a ballot access lawsuit to eliminate a generations-old injustice are not small. Those costs, however, are far less than paying for $80,000 statewide and numerous other ballot drives going forward. If you already haven't, please consider donating most generously. Will you help us succeed?