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Roger L. MacBride (August 6, 1927—March 5, 1995) was the adopted grandson and protegee of libertarian writer Rose Wilder Lane, daughter of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the "Little House on the Prairie" series of books. In 1972, as a "faithless" Republican elector from Virginia, he cast his electoral college vote for the Libertarian Party's first national ticket of John Hospers and Tonie Nathan, also becoming the first person in US history to cast an electoral college vote for a woman. In 1976, he was selected as the Libertarian presidential candidate, with David Bergland as his running mate.
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