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A Libertarian Party member since 1984, Bill Redpath is the Illinois Libertarian nominee for US Senate. He is a former Chairman of the LNC, having served two terms in that position from 2006 to 2010. He has served on the LNC from 1989 to 1993, and again from 2003 to 2020.
Bill is one of 14 inductees into the Libertarian Party’s Hall of Liberty, having been inducted in 2016 with former US Representative Ron Paul.
Where I Stand on the Issues
My platform combines conservative stances on economic issues and generally liberal positions on social issues. My core philosophy: people should be able to live their own lives as they choose, without interference, as long as they do not harm other people or their property. To that end, my campaign calls for reduced government spending, lower taxes and real respect for civil liberties.
That is the philosophy behind the positions I take on the issues of this election. Go HERE to see more about where I stand on the issues.
Illinois’ Horrible Ballot Access Laws
Illinois’ Horrible Ballot Access Laws: 1,000,000+ signatures to get a full slate of statewide, US House, Illinois House & Illinois Senate candidates on the ballot. The General Assembly achieves voter suppression through candidate suppression.
The State of Illinois currently recognizes only two political parties on a statewide basis. I bet you can name them. That’s because they received at least 5% of the vote for Governor in the last gubernatorial election.
For a political party not currently recognized by the State of Illinois to be able to place candidates on a general election ballot, the statewide candidates must gather 25,000 signatures of registered voters on a petition (all statewide candidates can be placed on the same petition).
Find out more HERE.
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Redpath for Congress
1303 Westley Ln
West Dundee, IL 60118
How You Can Help
We need people like you who are willing to petition, walk neighborhoods, participate in parades, distribute literature, and otherwise represent the campaign across the state. If you don’t have the time to join in, you can still support the campaign for a freer, more prosperous Illinois by displaying a yard sign at your home or business. Volunteer or Contact Us HERE.