Our Mission

What does it mean to be a Libertarian?

There are many misconceptions about the Libertarian party. Essentially, the Libertarian party is about upholding the Freedoms which all humans were born with. We stand for equality, openness, and smaller government. It’s our belief that Government, is not effective at such a large Federal level and that a smaller, local initiative is necessary in order to positively create change in a community.

We’re not extreme republicans.

Libertarians are often seen and portrayed as fringe extreme republicans. This is simply untrue. In general, Libertarians are socially liberal and fiscally conservative. It’s our view that a person is entitled to do what they want as long as it does not infringe on the rights of another. Our financial beliefs hold that the Free Market and the laws of economics are best able to distribute and determine allocation of scarce resources in society. This means we support low spending, including military and foreign aid, as well as low taxes.

We’re not exclusive.

We welcome everyone, from every creed and color. Civil discourse and discussion is at the core of the Libertarian party. A person is free to believe what they want and share it with others. Diversity of mindset, strengthens our position and makes the Libertarian party unique. If you’re from a different background or party, feel free to join in the discourse. We would love to discuss.

We’re growing.

The Libertarian party is growing across the country. Our logical, fair, middle of the road politics make us a popular alternative to the traditional power parties who’ve lost their base.

If interested in joining or learning more, feel free to contact us or leave a comment.

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