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Phone: (512) 279-7860

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  • posted about this on Facebook 2018-02-13 14:34:23 -0600
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  • commented 2018-02-13 14:32:09 -0600
    Anyone wanting to apply for Staff Positions with the Party needs to use this link, http://www.lptexas.org/department_app . The current links incorrectly take you to a Volunteer Signup.
  • followed this page 2018-02-13 14:29:36 -0600
  • commented 2018-02-09 11:31:27 -0600
    Hey, I want to vote libertarian in Texas, but I’m not sure how to do so, do I need to register? Or just write in the politicians name on the ballot? I’m only 18 so I don’t really have any idea
  • commented 2018-02-07 07:38:52 -0600
    What must I do to become a precinct worker in my far western part of Washington County, TX?
  • commented 2018-02-02 16:03:26 -0600
    Hey, I just stumbled upon a horrifying article about Kory Watkins, one of the two Libertarians running for Governor of Texas: http://www.thedentonite.com/culture/kory-watkins-for-texas-governor-racist-tweet


    I just hope this is handled appropriately by the Libertarian Party of Texas, because bigotry has no place in the Libertarian Party.
  • commented 2018-01-29 17:10:25 -0600
    Please accept cryptocurrencies. There are so many Libertarians who have $millions in crypto, and it’s only going to grow.
  • commented 2018-01-26 11:43:50 -0600
    I would like to become a TX Delegate for the LPNC, any way you can help me out?
  • commented 2018-01-03 10:40:32 -0600
    Need INFO and a LINK to the LP State of Texas Convention in April. I am trying to register for it, but have yet not been able to find a working link on the LPtexas.org site or on the Facebook page. I will continue to look.
  • commented 2017-12-18 22:00:34 -0600
    I’m wondering, does the Libertarian Party have a candidate to run for U.S. Senate from Texas? We seriously need to replace both Texas Senators.
  • commented 2017-12-13 11:01:32 -0600
    Is there a LP candidate for the 36th Congressional District?
  • commented 2017-12-12 10:07:12 -0600
    Normally we don’t respond to people who use fake names, but because we know that many people are also interseted in knowing who will be running for office in the party, here it is:


    First of all, we won’t have any candidates at all until after the various conventions where candidates will be officially nominated.


    We had well over 100 Applications For Nomination submitted, and about 70% of them were submitted yesterday, and many in the last hour of the day. Our Chair and our Ops Director are busy vetting each application to ensure that they are completed correctly. Given that they are volunteers and have other personal commitments like job and school and family, the rest of us should accept the fact that they are human and only have so much time to do so much work.


    The list will be out later today the very moment is is completed to the Chair’s satisfaction that everything is accurate and true.


    Suffice to say – this election season is shaping up to be a great time for LP Texas!
  • followed this page 2017-12-12 09:48:53 -0600
  • commented 2017-12-04 20:47:50 -0600
    How do I become a state party member?
  • commented 2017-11-17 15:55:13 -0600
    I live in the Waco area and am wanting to get involved. I have been a long time libertarian and feel we need to bring this country back to the principles of the founders and liberty. I am willing to help candidates run and I would like to run for office myself, pretty much anything I can do to advance the principles of liberty.
  • commented 2017-11-12 19:43:04 -0600
    Please contact me via my email or by text to 469-835-7983, I want to get involved in representation of my district
  • commented 2017-11-11 20:29:36 -0600
    Sorry, the name is andrewssgaj@aol.com. I am just asking if you all have a candidate to oppose Lloyd Doggett, in the 35th District. I remember that you hosted a candidates forum for the May, 2017 local elections; I participated.
  • commented 2017-11-10 19:19:15 -0600
  • commented 2017-11-03 18:58:19 -0500
    I hope the Libertarian Party will run someone for Lamar Smith,District 21, open position for Congress since he’s not seeking re-election after 30 years.I feel the Libertarian candidate could pick up alot of votes in the general election in November 2018.
  • commented 2017-11-03 15:56:32 -0500
    There needs to be fire righteousness now get me some propaganda for Texas candidates
  • commented 2017-11-02 12:35:38 -0500
    I’d like to know what you are doing in order to obtain wider ballot access and open debates, as well as whether or not you’re working with other third parties to do so.
  • commented 2017-10-22 14:07:43 -0500
    I really stand behind the Libertarian Party. Glad I can be a part of it. www.austinproasphalt.com
  • commented 2017-10-02 15:51:45 -0500
    Is there a candidate for lt. Governor?
  • followed this page 2017-10-01 20:16:20 -0500
  • posted about this on Facebook 2017-09-30 16:15:10 -0500
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  • commented 2017-09-30 16:13:56 -0500
    Please tell me there is a Libertarian candidate running in 2018 for Governor in the Great State of Texas. I want a strong candidate. Now is the time to strike. REMEMBER tomorrow never comes. If I have no candidate you have succeeded in silencing my voice. MY vote is my voice. No candidate means the Republic and Democrat Party have won. I will fight to get everyone registered to vote but must have a CANDIDATE.

    Please, Please do not silence my voice. MY VOTE IS MY VOICE. Thank you.
  • commented 2017-09-30 16:13:56 -0500
    Please tell me there is a Libertarian candidate running in 2018 for Governor in the Great State of Texas. I want a strong candidate. Now is the time to strike. REMEMBER tomorrow never comes. If I have no candidate you have succeeded in silencing my voice. MY vote is my voice. No candidate means the Republic and Democrat Party have won. I will fight to get everyone registered to vote but must have a CANDIDATE.

    Please, Please do not silence my voice. MY VOTE IS MY VOICE. Thank you.
  • commented 2017-09-28 14:28:06 -0500
    Have not seen any name running 2018 for Governor of Texas. If there is noone on the ballot will not be voting. Make some noise. I would like to see a Latino running. But will vote for who ever is running in the Libertarian party. Thank you
  • commented 2017-09-28 13:26:34 -0500
    Just made a donation in honor of John Wilford and his wife, for their hard work in moving the Texas Libertarian Party forward. Thank you.
  • commented 2017-08-28 09:26:15 -0500
    August 28, 2017


    Dear Sir:


    I am writing to request that you help correct House Bill 3921. I do not believe that this legislation was thought through by the people who approved it.


    Based on the 2017 – 2016 population demographics for Texas there are roughly 2.5 million residents in Texas that are 65 or older. This bill assumes that EVERY ONE of them is financially incompetent based on nothing more than their age. It allows persons with no interest in their well-being to withhold access to account-holders’ funds without any recourse, safe guards or due process for the account-holders. There is no process mentioned in the bill for regaining access to their blocked accounts or steps to prevent misuse of the power that has arbitrarily with NO justification required handed over to financial institutions.


    I found the below statements posted on The Texas Attorney General’s website.


    “Right to Dignity and Respect

    An elderly person has the right to be treated with dignity and respect, without regard to race, religion, nationality, sex, age, disability, marital status, or source of payment. This means that the elderly person has the right to:

    • Make his or her own choices about personal affairs, care, benefits, and services, and

    • Be free from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.

      Right to Manage Financial Affairs

      An elderly person may manage his or her own personal financial affairs, or may authorize another person to do so in writing. The elderly individual may choose the manner in which his or her money is managed by another person, and may choose the least restrictive of methods, such as:

    • a money management program,

    • a representative payee program,

    • a financial power of attorney, or

    • a trust or similar method.

      A person designated to manage an elderly individual’s money must comply with all applicable policies, laws and rules. On request, the designated person shall make available the related financial records and provide an accounting of the money. Designating a person to manage their money does not affect an elderly person’s ability to exercise other rights. However, if an elderly person has a guardian designated by a court, the guardian shall manage the person’s money in accordance with the Probate Code and other applicable laws.

      Elderly people may want help with their finances, but unless they hand control over to another, they have the same right as anyone else to receive, spend, invest, save, or give away their money. In situations where a nursing home, family member or guardian has been granted permission to manage a person’s money, that person still has the right to decide how his or her

      money will be managed, and to receive a full financial accounting.

      Sometimes a family member, “friend,” or nursing home takes control of an elderly person’s money without that person’s permission—often for his or her “own good.” This may be a violation of the person’s rights, and should prompt a call to The Department of Family and Protective Services or a reputable attorney for advice.”




    This bill replaces the above statements with “Any random financial employee knows better than anyone who has reached the age of 65.”


    Please help get the word out to correct this bill and make it clear that House Bill 3921 is completely subject to the existing laws that offer safeguards against stripping protections away from citizens ONLY based on their age. If that is impossible, then this bill should have the age part removed. If it is such a great idea, I am sure that everyone under 65 would also enjoy being protected from themselves.


    Thank you.


    Marcia L. Grau

    1001 Lorrie Drive

    Richardson, TX 75080

    972-660-8856

    grau.marcia@gmail.com