On June 8, the Minnesota Secretary of State approved the Libertarian Party’s gubernatorial petition. The Secretary of State is still checking the petitions for the Green Party, the Independence Party, the Grassroots-Legalize Cannabis Party, and the Legal Marijuana Now Party.
The Libertarian Party is now either a qualified party, or on the ballot for statewide office this year even though it is not a qualified party, in 42 states and the District of Columbia. It is working on Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. It will soon start in New York. It won’t be on for statewide office, nor is it a qualified party, in Alabama and Washington. It is not known if it will have any statewide candidates on in Rhode Island. Thanks to Oliver Steinberg for the information about Minnesota.