We take pride in all of our successes, but here are a few we choose to brag about.


Touchstone Moments

March 1998 - November 1998

Jim Tobin for Governor in Illinois, Libertarian
Helped defend over 60,000 signatures in Illinois.

May 2002 - November 2002

Cal Skinner for Governor / Jim Tobin for Lt. Governor, Libertarian
Successfully defended 55,000 signatures in Illinois.

June 2006 - November 2006

Rich Witney for Governor, Green Party
Successfully defended 39,000 signatures in Illinois, establishing the Green Party as an official party for the first time in Illinois history.

February 2008 - October 2008

Ralph Nader for President, Independent
Collected more than 500,000 signatures to put Nader on the ballot in 45 states and the District of Columbia, the most of any third party candidate.

April 2010 - June 2010

Green Party of Texas
Gathered over 93,000 signatures in three weeks with 100% verification, successfully placing the party on the Texas statewide ballot.

June 2016 →

Libertarian Party & Green Party
Contracted to help get the Libertarian National Party and Green National Party on the ballot in various states throughout the United States.

Illinois Petitioning 2009

Republican for Governor

Dan Proft


Adam Andzejewski

Republican for 41st State Assembly

Mike Manzo

Republican for U.S. Senate

Bob Marshall

Green Party for Cook County Board

Alejandro Reyes

Challenge Defense 2009

Republican for State House, District 11

Deb Leticia Gordils

Republican for U.S. House District 5

David Ratowitz

Democrat for Governor

William "Dock" Walls, III

Green Party for U.S. House, District 11

Dan Kairis

Republican for 2nd Appellate Court

Kenneth Moy

New York Petitioning 2009

Libertarian/Democrat for Rochester School Board

Chris Edes

Independent for NYC City Council

Dan Halloran

Green Party for New York City Mayor

Reverand Billy Talen

Libertarian for Huntington Supervisor

Peter Nichols

“Free and Equal made history in Texas by collecting 93,000 signatures for the Green party in just two weeks. We look forward to their continued efforts to help create fair ballot access here and across the U.S.”

-- Kat Swift, Green Party of Texas