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Toll-Free: (800) 422-1776

Phone: (512) 279-7860

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  • Abdullah Khalil
    followed this page 2017-02-26 20:12:00 -0600
  • Steven Fraasch
    commented 2017-02-21 08:20:45 -0600
    Where can I find detailed instructions on how to become a recognized Libertarian in the State of Texas. I moved from a state where it was as simple as checking a box on your registration form, but in this state I can’t seem to find anything about it. I have heard that I shouldn’t vote in the primary (because that’s how Texas determines what party you belong to…Democrat ballot or Republican ballot) and then attend your county’s convention. Is that right, or is there something else I’m missing?
  • karoleigh Armstrong
    commented 2017-01-31 19:09:48 -0600
    Are there any other Libertarians in Taylor county?

    I am a National Party Member, would like to join the Texas Party as well.
  • Dylan Lochhead
    commented 2017-01-30 16:47:30 -0600
    Hi,


    My name is Dylan Lochhead and I’m a 24 year old entrepreneur, philanthropist, and college student at the University of North Texas. Studying Entrepreneurship and Computer Science with plans to go to grad school after. I have been a Libertarian since my teenage years and am a member of the Libertarian Party nationally. Voted for Johnson in 2012. Did the same in 2016. Libertarian down the ballot.


    Myself and a friend who is also a Libertarian are very interested in becoming involved with the Texas LP in terms of any positions or volunteer opportunities that are available.


    Please let me know at your earliest convenience what kind of opportunities there are and I’ll send over my resume along with my friend’s.


    Thank you,


    Dylan Lochhead
  • Mark Smith
    commented 2017-01-29 19:59:53 -0600
    I would prefer to donate by check to avoid the credit card fees that LPTexas incurs with each transaction. Please add that alternative to the website.
  • D Smith
    commented 2017-01-23 21:23:59 -0600
    With all the distress over Trump taking charge and a Tea-Party driven Republican party looking to focus on telling people how to live (e.g. bathroom bills) why îs there no big push to re-introduce the Libertarian Party as a viable alternative. Grass roots efforts are needed to start revolutions of this kind.


    I have been a Republican for years but it seems the party has taken reckless moves to extreme right and left me behind. I got to believe there are others out there similarly abandoned and now would be ideal time to present your option to possibly build a new power team.
  • Joe Flores
    commented 2017-01-21 17:33:54 -0600
    I am very much interested in running for office as a representative of West texas
  • Addican Hatch
    commented 2017-01-13 01:15:22 -0600
    Hello, I am a dues-paying member of the California Libertarian Party and LNC and I will be moving to Texas for graduate school in the next couple months. I am curious what I can do to help out the party and be involved after I move there. This past election I had served as an alternate elector for the Libertarian party in California and did my part to actively support the Johnson/Weld ticket and local candidates, thank you.


    A. T. Hatch
  • David Ackmann
    commented 2017-01-06 10:53:43 -0600
    Please start using PayPal I don’t use credit cards anymore. Sorry
  • Sarah Veasaw
    commented 2017-01-03 10:51:51 -0600
    This isn’t feedbook, but my uncle, James B. Veasaw, a former Libertarian candidate, passed away recently. He found strength through the Libertarian platform and campaign, and I wanted to share my post with the people of this platform, who meant so much to him.


    https://www.facebook.com/sarahelivea/posts/10208225959876655
  • Akshans Verma
    commented 2017-01-02 01:56:32 -0600
  • Glynna Nickle
    commented 2017-01-02 00:54:51 -0600
    “It ain’t big and it ain’t small, it’s not a deal at all.”

    - Next weed legalization slogan.
  • brad kessler
    commented 2016-12-27 03:56:27 -0600
    would love to run for office someday
  • Dan Blau
    commented 2016-12-26 21:25:29 -0600
    Hi,

    I don’t know if you read your membership at lptexas email but I’ve just sent you something there.


    Sincerely,

    Dan Blau
  • Andrea Muhrrteyn
    commented 2016-12-16 12:05:31 -0600
    FYI: Jon Rowland has been informed by the EoP MILED Clerk; that he is included as a possible cabinet member in the EoP Near Term Extinction Green Morning America Presidential administration.


    The <a href=“”http://eop-nte-gma-potus.tygae.org.za/“>http://eop-nte-gma-potus.tygae.org.za/”>EoP NTE GMA POTUS Cabinet, including the EoP Axis Domestic & Foreign Policy Report; was submitted to Federal Election Commission: Hamilton Electors on 05 December 2016; for their ‘Freedom Slavery State reasonable compromise’ equality before the law consideration.


    A copy of this comment including all links will be posted to EoP v WiP NWO Neg: <a href=“”http://eop-v-wip.tygae.org.za/tag/tx-libertarian-party/“>http://eop-v-wip.tygae.org.za/tag/tx-libertarian-party/”>Texas Libertarian Party.
  • zina townley
    commented 2016-12-06 06:57:13 -0600
  • David Arvidson
    commented 2016-11-27 11:40:01 -0600
    I am the former chair of the Libertarian party of MN, when I took over as chair we had $800.00 and our ex dir hadn’t been paid in a month, after 2 years we had $12,000.00 and my ex dir was hired by the national party to offer the template we created to each and every state.

    I will be moving to Tyler TX Dec 23rd, along with helping grow the Libertarian party I am also interested in working with the secession movement.
  • Eric Swainson
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  • Eric Swainson
    commented 2016-11-20 23:29:20 -0600
    How do I change my party on my voter registration card, to the Libertarian party. I was a Republican, Gary Johnson got my attention. Gary Johnson was governor of New Mexico, when I lived there. Thank you for your help.
  • Gene Chapman
    commented 2016-11-15 10:01:50 -0600
    Were I the Director of Christian Outreach for the Libertarian Party of Texas, I would write letters to every pastor in Texas, seeking a face-to-face visit in their office. In that meeting, I would present a bumper sticker as my calling card, maybe even a coffee cup, as these don’t just go away. My statement would be on either or both the sticker and the cup: "The Non-Aggression Principle is Central to the Libertarian Party and is in Complete Harmony with “Sermon on the Mount” Christianity. Christians Vote Libertarian! Join today: LP.org. I’m willing to do it, Gene Chapman
  • Michael Noey
    commented 2016-11-14 19:53:43 -0600
  • Joseph Milano
    commented 2016-11-12 19:05:43 -0600
  • Kristina Gonzalez
    commented 2016-11-10 08:58:34 -0600
  • Natasha Moore
    commented 2016-11-08 09:35:16 -0600
    There is no local chapter for the LP in my county (Young County). Where should I start if I am interested in forming one?
  • William McCormick
    commented 2016-11-05 18:16:14 -0500
  • Robert Edwards
    commented 2016-11-05 12:14:01 -0500
  • Eric Ward
    commented 2016-11-03 17:08:38 -0500
  • Concerned Libertarian
    commented 2016-11-03 13:08:22 -0500
    Do any of the LP candidates in the lower level races even want to be elected? Very few provide any information to voter guides, I can’t find websites, or Facebook pages, or any information about the candidates. I want to support the Libertarian Party, but I won’t vote a straight party ticket. I want to know what my candidates stand for and believe in and what policies they hope to implement or take a stand on. Simply running as a Libertarian does not guarantee that the candidate actually believes in the Libertarian platform; we have nominated more than few ‘nuts’ in the past as Libertarians that didn’t actually share Libertarian views.


    Please provide information about the candidates at the state and local levels. Perhaps ‘force’ the candidates to at the very least put up a webpage with their personal platforms.
  • Jason Doran
    commented 2016-11-01 13:17:17 -0500
    I have served twenty years in the Marine Corps with the idea that anything I did was to protect our freedom from foreign countries. After retiring I have found that it is not protection from foreign countries but our own government.


    I can abide by your principals….. I am pro-life, very much so, but I believe that by not having government pay for it and not making abortion illegal, you can begin a conversation with an individual.


    I am currently a precinct chairman in my county for the Republican Party. After this election I would like to become an active member of the Libertarian Party.
  • Hank Phillips
    commented 2016-10-31 12:16:41 -0500
    The only suggestions I have are a Paypal donations interface and maybe a shorter Texas platform in English and Spanish. The one we have is a micromanaging laundry list that is taking me forever to translate into Portuguese. A lot of voters speak Spanish and Portuguese.