Liberty Party

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Noun1.Liberty Party - a former political party in the United States; formed in 1839 to oppose the practice of slavery; merged with the Free Soil Party in 1848
party, political party - an organization to gain political power; "in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
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Forget about political association, be it Unity Party, Liberty Party, the ANC just ensure they are qualified.
Competition for leadership of the country's main opposition Liberty Party of Korea (LKP) is heating up as major candidates running for the top position are vying for backing from local party members.
Members of Coalition of Progressive Political Parties include: Advanced Allied Party; Africa Peoples Alliance; Freedom and Justice Party; KOWA Party; New Progressive Movement; Peoples Democratic Movement; Accord Party; Sustainable National Party; New Nigeria Peoples Party; Unity Party of Nigeria; United Progressive Party; National Democratic Liberty Party; Nigeria Elements Progressive Party; and Yes Electoral Party.
She was a councillor for the left-wing Socialism and Liberty Party.
A political outfit, Republican Liberty Party (RLP), has petitioned National Assembly to amend Article 231 (4) of the Constitution which bars Kenyan currencies from bearing portraits of any person.
However, neither garnered more than 50 per cent of the ballots cast.FRAUDbrAt any rate, the results were annulled by the Supreme Court after Liberty Party's Charles Brumskine, claimed the poll was marred by fraud.
Third-place finisher Charles Brumskine's Liberty Party contested the results of last month's vote, which set up a Nov.
12 to prepare for her senatorial bid under the ruling Liberty Party.
Baldizon, of the Renewed Democratic Liberty party, says he disagrees with the results of the Sept.
A gambler, bondsman, hotel owner and operator, real estate broker and landlord, newspaper owner, and operator of liquor-and-vice-related businesses, he was at one time the third wealthiest black person in Illinois, and for a day the nominee for President of the United States on the National Negro Liberty Party ticket in 1904.
A Norwegian shot dead more than 70 members of the Liberty Party at a convention because he felt they were sympathetic to Muslims.
Another son, Thomas Earle, became a power in Pennsylvania politics and was the vice presidential candidate of the Liberty Party in 1840.

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