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  • Stephanie Tamborello
    commented 2018-08-19 19:18:14 -0500
  • Don Garritano
    commented 2018-08-10 08:22:02 -0500
    What is the Libertarian Party’s position on at-will abortion’s.
  • Don Garritano
    commented 2018-08-10 08:21:16 -0500
  • Alan Lay
    commented 2018-08-08 21:53:14 -0500
    I came to this site to see who the candidate for US Senate is. Either there isn’t one or the site is so messed up s/he doesn’t show. I’m not voting for Ted, so if there isn’t a Libertarian candidate, I guess Beto it is.
  • Matt Deel
    followed this page 2018-08-01 14:00:07 -0500
  • Matt Deel
    commented 2018-08-01 13:49:30 -0500
    nobody is running in my district??? 36th district of Texas
  • Julian Mardock
    commented 2018-07-22 11:24:44 -0500
    I need an email address to forward TSRA info.
  • Benjamin Sanders
    followed this page 2018-07-21 09:30:00 -0500
  • Benjamin Sanders
    commented 2018-07-21 09:29:35 -0500
    After lengthy conversations with Christina Worrell Adkins

    Legal Director — Elections Division; at Office of the Texas Secretary of State . It is clear the Libertarian party is a victim of purposeful electioneering in the three letter abbreviation forced on us by the Texas Secretary of State. The Chairman of the Libertarian party must formally request that the abbreviation be changed on all ballots from LIB which has come to own a negative connotation in Texas, to the proposed new LTN in accordance with the Election Code rules and regulations. We are fighting a purposefully stacked and rigged election to ensure that only the two main political parties remain as politically viable options. When most Texans who take the World’s Smallest Political Quiz clearly come out as Libertarian. We the State Wide candidates are requesting that Chairman and ViceChairman submit this formal request to change the three letter abbreviation from LIB to LTN on all Texas Ballots and eliminate the unfair Electioneering that has been purposefully committed to hinder the party.
  • Nancy Neale
    commented 2018-07-20 11:38:51 -0500
    It would be nice if info about SLEC meetings was shown on the Events Calendar!
  • Jean Kutzer
    commented 2018-07-15 12:35:51 -0500
    My name is Jean Robert Kutzer Jr of Castroville, Texas, Medina County. I recently created a page on Facebook: Libertarian Party of Medina County. So I guess I need paperwork and such and pay a state member fee in order to be official. With Tony Valdivia running for State Senate I needed to act. We tried here in Medina Co. Awhile back but illness on my part and the death of Kathryn Graham took it out of me. So let’s do this. Besides Wally Hickle didn’t ask the EPA before building the Hiway to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska for the pipeline. He did notify them after the fact however.
  • David
    commented 2018-07-05 11:56:06 -0500
    I am new to the area and living in western Travis County. In reviewing the November slate I did not see a candidate running for State House District 47. Can you tell me if there’s a candidate on the ballot this November and if not, is it too late for someone to be placed on the ballot?
  • Steven Richey
    commented 2018-06-18 22:02:05 -0500
    My Fellow Libertarians:

    Aloha from Honolulu!!!

    As you make your way to New Orleans next week, I wanted to plant some ideas for the future in the back of your minds.

    The current divisions within the ranks of the Republican Party, combined with the inability of the Democrats to formulate a message which reaches the American People, seems to have created an opportunity for America to consider an Independent run for President in 2020.

    Since the Republicans and Democrats have inflated the cost of a presidential campaign into the 10 figure range, logically we would only see a very rich candidate, possibly a celebrity, launch a serious challenge. (I’ve been hearing Oprah’s name)

    Assume any competent political analyst already knows this – Let’s take it one step further:

    I can’t outspend the Republicans, Democrats, or Oprah.

    I can’t spend a year traveling all over the country campaigning – I have a job.

    You, and every other American, don’t know anything about me.

    This is what I have in common with 99.99% of Americans, and THAT is why I will be running for President in 2020. The only thing I can’t do on my own is get ON the ballot in all 50 states, and that’s why I’ll be seeking the Libertarian nomination 2 years from now.

    The campaign has already begun! I’ve set up a Facebook page and a Youtube channel:

    You’ll be hearing a lot more from me over the next 2 years, and I hope to hear from you as well – I have a lot of great ideas but I want yours too!!

    Thank you very much!

    Steven A Richey
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  • Rhett Smith
    commented 2018-06-11 17:43:32 -0500
    Hotel room reservations for NOLA convention, . . is any one interested in sharing room in order to save $$ . . ?
  • Ferd Farkle
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  • Willis Butts
    commented 2018-06-02 10:48:44 -0500
    Are the candidates fixed for 2018? I would like to run and I can beat anyone out there. I hope it is not too late to join in the fray.
  • Dana Carter
    commented 2018-05-22 09:43:05 -0500
    How can I help you get organized and make a real impact. I have been trying to find a paid position where I can focus only on strategy and getting candidates in that have strong presence and true leadership that we can push out into the open. I personally want to run for office, but I feel like there is no strong active libertarian base anywhere that truly challenges the status quo.

    I have epxerience in fundraising at campaign and grassroot level, know how to organize, know how to train candidates, create policy, etc. I want to help us become strong, more direct, and have the ability to secure new members for the Party on the state leveland National level. How can I work with the head Leaders of our Party?
  • maria lira
    commented 2018-05-19 12:24:28 -0500
  • Troy David Keathley
    commented 2018-05-19 07:34:31 -0500
    I’m still unable to log onto the SLEC forum. Please re-send info and I’ll start fresh…

    Thank You,

    SD 21 Rep. Troy Keathley
  • Carolyn Palit
    commented 2018-05-12 19:27:35 -0500
    So, long as the government continues to spray us and allows GMO crops/Monsanto to ruin our food sources, I think having cheap or free healthcare is providing “for the general welfare” and the least they can do since they are destroying our health and killing us.

    Alzheimer’s, lung disease, and heart diseases have gone up astronomically since they started geoengineering. Life expectancy rates are going down. Children have severe Vitamin D and potassium depletion. There are extensive studies on it. Barium depletes potassium (chemtrails) and ‘causes heart disease. Aluminum (chemtrails) ’causes Alzheimer’s. 10-15% solar dimming – Vit. D depletion.

    Otherwise, I do like much of the Libertarian platform.
  • Calvin Miller
    commented 2018-05-11 11:19:20 -0500
    Hello, I am just curious about how to get involved with the Libertarian Party of Texas.

    Thank you.
  • Mr. D. Droogleever
    commented 2018-04-30 14:21:27 -0500
    Due to retirement (financial) contraints,

    I need to choose between supporting / donating the National OR the Texas Libertarian Party. What’s your record on me donating to the LPTeaxs side?


    DM Droogleever
  • Mr. D. Droogleever
    commented 2018-04-30 13:59:11 -0500

    Am I on your list as a current or past donor

    (Sorry just trying to clean up my records)?
  • Jacob Kitson
    commented 2018-04-26 12:02:03 -0500
    I applied for county chair but i would also like to run for office under the party. Please email or text me instead of posting on the website. I want to help establish a free America one that’s for it’s citizens.
  • Cameron Dunn
    commented 2018-04-22 00:35:10 -0500
    I am tired of a corrupt two-party system degrading me to a vote, and not seeing me as an individual. I am tired of having to pay money I have worked for to institutions I find immoral, and institutions that do not benefit me or the majority of the American public. I am tired of being told that for the “greater good” my rights must be forcibly stripped from me. Enough is enough. This party is the only institution that truly protects not only me – but all americans. Thank you.
  • Philip Kurtz
    commented 2018-04-18 07:36:57 -0500
    HI, Phil Kurtz here. Can you change my Email and address on this page to:

    PO Box 1073, Katy, TX. 77492


  • Kim Endres
    commented 2018-04-15 21:27:45 -0500
    I wanted to leave a post on FB or to SLEC or the officers. I have written a thank you “letter” about the convention. I left it as a visitor post on FB, but my FB account is usually deactivated. So here is my letter:

    Participating as a delegate in the 2018 Texas State Libertarian Convention was a revelation. I realized that democracy is not a goal but a process, and I think that this was the first time in my life that I really have participated in democracy. Wow! I am sixty-three years old and this is my first experience of democracy.

    The first day I described as being both boring and interesting. Boring because there is a lot of sitting around and sometimes the procedures can seem tedious. And interesting because people are engaged and invested in what we are doing. We believe that what we are doing is important, maybe not in the details, but in the big picture.

    On Sunday I started to see that this process is simultaneously chaotic and orderly. Chaotic in that the individuals and groups that make up our party each have different opinions and different ways that they want to accomplish the same goals. Orderly in that, via Robert’s Rules of Order and our own Rules, we manage to keep inching forward on the Agenda without too much acrimony.

    Somehow three hundred plus Texans came together in Houston and created something that was greater than the sum of our parts. This is pretty amazing.

    I think that most people, including myself, believe that democracy for the common person is about going into a voting booth and pressing buttons. This is akin to always eating at McDonald’s. Nothing against McDonald’s, but if your only choices are a burger with mayonnaise or a burger with mustard, that is not much of a choice. The voting booth is sort of a product-oriented version of democracy.

    If more people had the opportunity to learn about and participate in the process of democracy, we would have them beating a path to our party’s door. There is a lot to learn about the process. As a rank beginner, I benefited from the knowledge and skill of the many people who have learned how to use Robert’s Rules of Order.

    My thanks to every single person who participated.