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  LP News March 1999 - Radio host Gary Nolan joins party
Gary Nolan, a syndicated radio talk show host heard on 45 stations, has become the latest member of the broadcast industry to join the Libertarian Party.
Nolan was joined for the occasion by LP National Director Steve Dasbach and LP Press Secretary George Getz, who watched him sign his LP membership form and then welcomed him into the Libertarian Party.
Nolan is the most recent of a long series of prominent radio personalities who have joined the Libertarian Party over the past four years, including syndicated powerhouse Art Bell, David Brudnoy of Boston, and Neal Boortz of Atlanta.
www.lp.org /lpn/9903-Nolan.html   (553 words)

  
 GaryNolan.com - UTA Address
Nolan, a twice-divorced former talk radio host from Cleveland, OH will try to tell the state Libertarian Party convention taking place at the Ontario Marriott this weekend what the party should be about during the keynote speech at 2 p.m.
Nolan resigned from his nationally syndicated talk show to run for the Libertarian nomination, an honor that will garner only a fraction of the popular vote come November 2004.
Nolan says the Patriot Act -- passed in the wake of the 9-11 attacks and, among other things, loosened restrictions on surveillance of citizens -- was "not a bit of good."
www.garynolan.com /print/03_02_16.shtml   (358 words)

  
 Gary Nolan (radio host) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gary Nolan (born 1954) is a former Talk radio host and a former candidate for the Libertarian Party nomination for President of the United States.
For most of the campaign, Nolan led the field of candidates in primaries and state conventions.
In a closely contested race, Nolan placed third and was eliminated following the second ballot at the 2004 Libertarian National Convention.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gary_Nolan_(radio_host)   (270 words)

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