Henderson County Libertarian Party Challenges State Party to Race into the Modern Era

Henderson County Libertarian Party Chairman Ben Leder thinks the Libertarian Party of Texas needs to “get with the times”.  According to Mr. Leder, “the State Party needs to evolve it’s digital footprint”.  He says that “the State Party generally puts out low quality content that mostly consists of Commenting on Shared Posts on Facebook, and Retweeting.”

Mr. Leder has issued a YouTube Challenge to the State Party in an effort to encourage devolpment.


Mr. Leder is calling upon the Members of the Henderson County Libertarian Party to out develop the State Party, a task many in the party claim they’re willing to carry out.

“Henderson County is experiencing a surge in growth among volunteers, we intend to make use of that leading into November”, said Leder in a statement earlier this week.

When asked for a closing statement Mr. Leder said to; “expect result out of Henderson County.”

Candidate Calls out Senator to Debate

D. Allen Miller met with Senator Ted Cruz at an RSVP only BBQ event in Dallas over the weekend.

Miller, a Henderson County Native and a grassroots member of the Henderson County Libertarian Party, is running for Texas House District 4. Miller had a message and a plan when he asked Cruz a simple enough question.

“We’re wondering if you will debate Neal Dikeman?” Dikeman is the Libertarian Candidate running for U.S. Senator for Texas.

Cruz quickly responded to Miller explaining the reason Dikeman is unable to debate him on stage is due to the, “electorate.”

By definition, “The Electoral College is a process, not a place. The founding fathers established it in the Constitution as a compromise between election of the President by a vote in Congress and election of the President by a popular vote of qualified citizens.” This is according to https://www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/about.html.

On a personal side note directly to Mr. Cruz. What does the electorate have to do with you agreeing to debate? How much support does a third party candidate need in order to do so?

Libertarians believe in equal ballot and debate access in order to have fair elections.

Cruz also stated he would love to have the support of Libertarians in Texas.

How can Senator Cruz expect the support of Libertarians if he refuses to debate?

Neal Dikeman is a strong Libertarian candidate, a sixth generation Texan from Houston running for US Senate, and is a venture capitalist with 9+ startups under his belt.

Visit Neal’s Website at: https://www.nealdikeman.com/

Please contact the Offices of Senator Cruz and let him know you want equal debate access for Texas Candidates.

Washington office phone number:

(202) 224-5922

Austin office phone number:

(512) 916-5834








Party Co-Founder D. Frank Robinson challenges the LNC

Due to move some are calling the “Voodoo Adjournment”, it seems the Libertarian National Committee is now acting in a potentially rouge capacity having failed to elect a Judicial Committee prior to the adjournment of the 2018 National Convention in New Orleans. Many National Delegates feel they’ve been swindled, as the current LNC doesn’t seem to be in a rush to obtain a quorum within the Judicial Committee.

Party founder, and architect of the Judicial Committee D. Frank Robinson refuses to back down, and has declared that he will be seeking to Chair the Judicial Committee. D. Frank Robinson claims that this mishap could lead to unfavorable court ruling if challenged, and that the LNC is now potential a “defunct organization” at risk of being forced into liquidation.

LNC Secretary Caryn Ann Harlos, and Region 7 Alternate Erin Adams have both proposed delegates be sent ballots by mail in order to correct the situation. Ultimately this could prove to be the most legitimate course of action if the LNC can’t agree to elect the candidates that made it to the top seven at convention.