We're experiencing continued growth, but we'll need another leap forward in membership to allow us to achieve our number one goal in 2014: major party status! We're aiming for 50 new/renewing members to join during Liberty Launch 2014 (Feb 3rd-8th). Every member counts. Help us send a clear message to the political establishment that there's a new party in town!
For the first time, the Libertarian Party of Minnesota will be holding caucus-style events the week of February 3rd-8th, to lay the groundwork to support Libertarian candidates in the 2014 election and to achieve major party status! Each event will be open to the public.
There's an easy way to contribute to our efforts to cap off 2013, and it's at no cost to you! Since the LPMN is one of Minnesota's five officially-recognized state parties, we're eligible for the Political Contribution Refund (PCR) program.
Libertarian candidates scored two victories in this year's municipal elections! Other candidates came close, and all helped to spread the message of liberty. Here's a recap of results for November 2013.
Libertarian journalist Ben Swann comments on Robert Sarvis’s result in the Virginia governor’s race, and the need for Libertarian candidates to “shake up” elections nationwide.
Here are candidates which have been nominated or endorsed by the Libertarian Party of Minnesota in this year's municipal elections. We hope this voter’s guide will assist our membership and supporters in choosing the most pro-liberty candidates in the November 5 general election.
Libertarian activists led a year of heavy public outreach at numerous events across the state, introducing folks from all sides of the spectrum to our party and our live-and-let-live philosophy of liberty. Those who volunteered found that getting active for liberty can be a lot of fun!
In a Press Release to metro-area media, the Libertarian Party of Minnesota announced its preferences for Minneapolis Mayor under the ranked-choice voting system to be used by city residents in November. The LPMN is pleased to assist Minneapolis residents by vetting the most libertarian-leaning mayoral candidates in this unprecedented 35-candidate race.
What a success! Thank you to the thousands of people we met at the State Fair! Many of the folks from outside of the twin cities area often times feel they are a lone voice, chatting with them gave them a sense of camaraderie and empowerment. They have a tougher task ahead of
I grew up in a generation whose culture taught us that being anti-war was weak and unpatriotic. Then my generation went to war. We went to Iraq and Afghanistan, and our brothers began to come home in body bags. There is nothing weak about that. The reality of war is hard. It is painful, and the costs are high.