1988 Election Results

1988 Libertarian Presidential Campaign

The 1987 Libertarian national convention nominated Ron Paul for President and Andre Marrou for Vice President. Paul had served four terms in Congress as a Republican. Marrou had served in the Alaska state legislature as a Libertarian.

The nominating convention was spirited. American Indian activist Russell Means lost the presidential nomination to Paul.

The Paul/Marrou ticket was on the ballot in 46 states plus the District of Columbia and received 432,116 votes.

Local Races

By state (very incomplete list!):