It is a first. Libertarian Party seeks official press secretary in bid to woo news media
Libertarian Party articles on Democracy Chronicles
The Libertarian Party shares a set of related political philosophies that uphold liberty as the highest political end such as individual liberty and political freedom. It is the third largest party by membership in the United States. Our Libertarian Party page is a great place for more information and you can check out our Green Party and Justice Party pages as well. Also see our articles on Anarchism, Capitalism, and Socialism. Perhaps even look at our articles on Big Government.
Happy 10-Year Birthday to the Liberty Movement
On May 15, 2007, Congressman Ron Paul stood on a Republican presidential debate stage ideologically alone
Did Libertarian Republicans Lead Defeat of Trumpcare?
Rand Paul was arguably the most high-profile player in the fight to stop the American Health Care Act
Meet the NJ Libertarian Party’s Candidate For Governor
New Jersey’s Libertarian Party has nominated Peter Rohrman, a Marine veteran from Bergen County, to run
A Futurist Libertarian Candidate Declares For California Governor
Zoltan Istvan ran in the 2016 U.S. presidential election as a candidate of the Transhumanist Party.
Smarter Elections 2016: Approval Versus Plurality
Our polling results revealed that, with the approval voting method, third-party candidates would have received a LOT more support than what we saw in the actual election—which used the plurality voting method.
Review of Third Party Support in New Jersey’s 2016 Vote
New Jersey has seen an increase in third party support for Libertarian and Green Presidential Candidates
How Did Third Party Votes Affect the Election?
Thanks to unusual American rules, third party votes have an uneven effect on the election depending on state
The Confessions of a Libertarian Party Voter
Outlining a case for casting your lot with Gary Johnson on Tuesday as explained by a Libertarian Party voter
On Gary Johnson’s New Mexico Election Prospects
High hopes based on Libertarian Gary Johnson’s New Mexico polling keep supporters’ campaigning alive