Use this page to learn more about the Libertarian Party and what all it offers:
Become a member – Make sure to leave a note that the LPMC is what inspired you to join!
LP National Committee – Here you can see who your representatives are and get contact information for anybody on the national committee
LP Staff – The LP has several staffers who are here to assist members, candidates and affiliates however they can. They are a valuable resource and source of information
LP State Affiliates – You are also going to want to become a member of your state and county libertarian party affiliates. Each state party website should have info on them about the county affiliates. Make sure to reach out to at least your county chair and let them know you want to get involved.
LP Platform – This is what we as a party are all about. Changes are proposed and implemented by the delegates every 2 years at the national convention
LP Bylaws – These are the rules that govern the LNC and the LP. Familiarizing yourselves with the bylaws will come in handy as you get more involved.
LP Committees – These are working groups within the party that work on differing tasks that need done by the party. Each of the state and county parties have committees too. Getting on a committee is a great way to get started being active within the Libertarian Party
LP History – The Libertarian Party has a rich history dating back to its founding in 1971. There is a whole wealth of knowledge here on the party, its caucuses, history, important resolutions. Everything you can think of.
Sign up to follow LNC votes and LNC Business via email –
This will send you emails about the goings on with the Libertarian National Committee, their debates over issues, who is voting what way on measures, what passes, what fails, etc.
LP National Convention – The national convention is where we elect presidential nominees, party leadership, and propose changes to they bylaws. It is vitally important that as many LPMC members as possible attend the bi-annual national conventions to keep the party honest.