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1992 Libertarian Presidential candidate, 1988 Vice Presidential candidate
Andre Marrou

Andre Verne Marrou (born 4 December 1938) is an American political figure, affiliated with the Libertarian Party. He was the party's vice-presidential nominee in 1988 and its presidential nominee in 1992. He was elected to the Alaska House of Representatives in 1984.


4 Dec 1938, Andre Verne Marrou, in Nixon, Texas

Web Pages

Andre Marrou: Libertarian 1992
Ballot Access News map of 1992 election results, showing the 48 continguous states color-coded by county with the percentage of votes for Marrou
Libertarian Party: Campaign 2000: Presidential Campaign
Includes introduction, look back at previous presidential campaigns and basic information and links for the nominees: Harry Browne and Art Olivier
Marrou led the charge as our presidential candidate in '92, with libertarian legal activist and doctor Nancy Lord running for the vice-presidency. The Marrou-Lord campaign actively pushed for a greater libertarian TV presence. They received 291,627 votes, and Libertarians regained ballot status in all 50 states (plus DC) for the first time since 1980. On a more symbolic note, Marrou defeated incumbent President George Bush, 11 votes to 9, in Dixville Notch, the small New Hampshire town whose voters always vote first in the nation in presidential primaries.
Libertarian Party: History: Presidential & Vice-Presidential Candidates
1992: Marrou/Lord
Presidential Candidate: Andre Marrou
Vice Presidential Candidate: Nancy Lord
On the ballot: 50 states plus D.C.
Votes: 291,627
Related Topic: Libertarian Party
Libertarian Party: History: Presidential & Vice-Presidential Candidates
Includes images of campaign bumper stickers
1988: Paul/Marrou
Presidential Candidate: Ron Paul
Vice Presidential Candidate: Andre Marrou
On the ballot: 46 states plus D.C.
Votes: 432,297
Related Topics: Libertarian Party, Ron Paul


Independence Day Address in Kansas City, MO, 4 Jul 1992
After quoting the "self-evident truths" paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, lists how the signers suffered, and contrasts them with government actions since 1913 that betrayed those ideals
Two hundred and sixteen years ago today, our forefathers issued the Declaration of Independence, separating America forever from Britain. The words of that document still read true and clear ... The 56 men who signed the Declaration suffered greatly for their courageous act ... Liberty is too precious to abandon. We must not forget the messages on our Liberty Bell and our Statue of Liberty. Don't settle for the lesser of two evils—that's still evil. It's time to vote for what we believe in, for what is right and proper. Liberty: if it's worth fighting for and dying for, it's certainly worth voting for!

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