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Thank you for reaching out to the Libertarian Party of Texas. We are highly responsive to comments on this page but if you wish to contact us another way here is our contact info.

111 Congress Ave Suite 400, Austin, Texas 78701

Toll-Free: (800) 422-1776

Phone: (512) 279-7860

Fax: (512) 233-0613

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  • D. M. 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
  • D. M. 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.
  • Adam Bisonette
    commented 2018-04-04 09:27:44 -0500
    Good morning, I was a registered Democrat in NY, but since I moved down here, I’m finding that I have positions that are unpopular with both parties and find myself straddling the aisle a lot. I’m interested to find out where the libertarian party stands, do you have a candidate running in TX-25? That’s West Austin, north through Burnet, Lampasas, Coryell, up past Waco to FW area
  • J J Campbell
    commented 2018-03-15 23:52:17 -0500
    How do I update my candidate information so that people can contact me?
  • Vicki Kygar
    commented 2018-03-06 15:32:30 -0600
    I am curious as to why the Libertarian Party does not participate in the primaries (at least the ones in Tarrant County Texas). I use the League of Women Voters website to read each candidate’s position on the relevant issues – & noticed an absence of Libertarian candidates, only Republicans and Democrats provided answers to a consistent set of questions..

    I read in the March 6, 2018 FW Star Telegram that you have an upcoming Convention & advised people wanting to be involved in the Libertarian convention to not vote in the primaries!! How can we be involved citizens when advised to not vote – & one cannot vote for Libertarians in the primary since no Libertarian was on the ballot. Quite the “Catch 22” – especially for those of us who consider voting a responsibility of living in the US.
  • Cathy Ziegler
    commented 2018-03-06 15:28:36 -0600
    You have remarkably little on this site about whether to vote during the primaries today.
  • Scott Garner
    commented 2018-03-05 10:02:43 -0600
    Hi, I bought my ticket for the convention. Gold package for 179.00. It Charged me twice. Please credit me back $179.00. Can I get a confirmation that I am getting only 1 ticket. It keeps asking me do do it over and over. Please let me know ASAP. Thank You
  • Cameron Turner
    commented 2018-03-04 21:28:23 -0600
    I live in Eastland (Eastland county). Will there be a libertarian primary in eastland county tuesday?

    I noticed that you advise not to vote in the primary if you want to be a delegate.

    Will there be a precinct convention in Eastland county?

    If so, where, when, etc.
  • Vickie Harrison
    commented 2018-03-04 19:11:40 -0600
    I have repeatedly checked my email and nothing from you to activate. You are making this too hard
  • Eddie Henderson
    commented 2018-03-04 11:25:34 -0600
    Our production company would like to partner with the Libertarian Party of Texas on a feature film to be shot exclusively in the DFW area. Is there a marketing or publicist that can please contact me for further details?
  • Brian Dixon MD
    commented 2018-02-22 10:04:39 -0600
    I have a transpartisan idea for health reform that is woven with libertarian ideals: If we’re serious about health reform, we need to empower patients with the funds to buy their care directly from physicians. That starts on a state level. Here’s to a bold future!
  • Cliff Brimmer
    commented 2018-02-19 21:24:14 -0600
    We support you here in Missoula! A little shout out from our business team up north. Hope you guys can do some good and have a powerful impact this election year!
  • Rene Perez
    posted about this on Facebook 2018-02-13 14:34:23 -0600
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  • Rene Perez
    commented 2018-02-13 14:32:09 -0600
    Anyone wanting to apply for Staff Positions with the Party needs to use this link, . The current links incorrectly take you to a Volunteer Signup.
  • Rene Perez
    followed this page 2018-02-13 14:29:36 -0600
  • Nolan
    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
  • Edwin Zimmerman
    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?
  • Daniel McCarthy
    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.
  • Dan Schochler III
    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?
  • Rick Jamail Perkins
    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 site or on the Facebook page. I will continue to look.
  • Jonathan Rodgers
    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.
  • Melina Baker
    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!
  • Melina Baker
    followed this page 2017-12-12 09:48:53 -0600
  • Jason Ubernosky
    commented 2017-12-04 20:47:50 -0600
    How do I become a state party member?
  • Jason Hope
    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.
  • Brian Berryman
    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