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Featured article: Jerome Tuccille New York Governor Campaign 1974
Jerome Tuccille ran for governor of New York in 1974, the first gubernatorial candidate of the Libertarian Party of New York (then known as the Free Libertarian Party). The name of his campaign was the Committee For 50,000 Votes.
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- Grassroots Newsletter September 20, 1974
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- Grassroots Newsletter, October 26, 1974
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