Thomas Joseph Coyne
|U.S. Senate, West Virginia|
|Master's||Kent State University|
|Ph.D.||Case Western Reserve University|
|Other||Post-graduate, University of Chicago and University of Michigan|
|Profession||Financial economist, Professor of finance|
was a 2014 Libertarian
candidate seeking election to the U.S. Senate
from West Virginia
Coyne earned his B.B.A from Marshall University, his MBA from Kent State University and his Ph.D. in economics and finance from Case Western Reserve University. He completed his postgraduate work at the University of Chicago in monetary theory/price theory and the University of Michigan in computers. Coyne is a professor of business, economics and finance.
- See also: United States Senate elections in West Virginia, 2014
Coyne was a Libertarian candidate who sought the West Virginia Libertarian Party's nomination for U.S. Senate. He lost the nomination to Libertarian John Buckley. Coyne wrote the following on his website, in reaction to his loss:
||"The probability is sky-high the Republican Party of West Virginia (RPWV) paid compensation in some manner to the Libertarian party of West Virginia (LPWV) for manipulation of so-called “convention” votes on March 8, 2014 as RPWV found it necessary to block, to deny nomination of financial economist Thomas Joseph Coyne,. Ph.D. from seeking/obtaining the office of U.S. Senate in a fair and open election on November 4, 2014. WV Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant (D. WV.), herself a candidate for the office of U.S. Senator in the identical election, November 4, 2014, has refused to investigatge. Why?"
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- ↑ Register Herald, "TV newsman Thomas Staunton running for Senate," accessed February 3, 2014
- ↑ ThomasJosephCoyne.com, "About Dr. Coyne," accessed May 7, 2014
- ↑ ThomasJosephCoyne.com, "Libertarian Party of West Virginia Convention of March 8, 2014," accessed June 8, 2014
- ↑ Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
- ↑ ThomasJosephCoyne.com, "Nominating 'Convention' Votes for Sale?," accessed July 1, 2014