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Campaign workers met at Fuddruckers at Baltimore's Inner Harbor to watch election night returns and Spear Lancaster's totals
All watch the televisions tuned to each news channel
Gubernatorial candidate Spear Lancaster poses with his Lieutenant Governor running mate, Lorenzo Gaztañaga (left); and with his campaign manager, Steve Boone (right)
A picture-perfect afternoon at Granville Gude Park in Laurel provided a lovely setting for the annual picnic. Libertarian dogs and geese joined their human friends, and all had a wonderful time.
Board of Elections declares that the number of validated petition signatures
collected to put Spear Lancaster and Lorenzo Gaztañaga on the ballot
for Governor/Lieutenant Governor are "sufficient." There will
be precisely three gubernatorial candidates listed on the voting machines
November 5th: Spear Lancaster, plus two others. Libertarian supporters
met at the Rocky Run Tap & Grill in Columbia to celebrate the
Left: Spear and campaign manager Steve Boone; right: Lorenzo
Maryland's future first lady Dee Lancaster; Tony Spezio is responsible for at least 1300 of the 37,176 petition signatures collected.
The MdLP group at the Crisfield marina
Organizer Mike Linder and Derek Mancinho - Spear Lancaster campaigns
The convention was held at the Timbuktu Restaurant
Declan McCullagh of Wired News and gubernatorial candidate Spear Lancaster
Lee Havis of the Maryland Public Assembly, and Doug Leard of the Alliance for the Separation of School and State
Lorenzo Gaztañaga as auctioneer; Nick Sarwark presents Shannon McMenamin a Defender of Liberty award; Kenn Blanchard speaks at the banquet
There was a large crowd of people near the MdLP booth
Our Governor/Lieutenant Governor candidates (Spear Lancaster/Lauren Hill) pose; Steve Boone fills balloons for the kids
The candidates talk with voters
and we collect signatures, signatures, and more signatures...
On January 27, 2002, the Libertarian State Central Committee of Maryland nominated Spear Lancaster (right) for Governor; Lauren Hill (center) for Lieutenant Governor; and David Sten (left) for House of Delegates, district 36.