Libertarian Party of Orange County Voter Guide
2016 Presidential Election
While Gary Johnson/William Weld have their faults, they follow the libertarian philosophy much more than Hillary Clinton, Jill Stein, or Donald Trump. This election is an opportunity for us to show Americans that there is another option besides Republicans and Democrats, and to set the stage for 2020.
Verdict: Gary Johnson/William Weld
For immediate release: June 8, 2016
ALEXANDRIA — Bernie Sanders supporters who reject the offensive, dangerous rhetoric of Republican Donald Trump and the militarism and corporate ties of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, have another choice.
Two-term New Mexico governor Gary Johnson is the Libertarian nominee for president, who, along with Trump and Clinton, is expected to be on the ballot this November in all 50 states. Continue reading
Judge Jim Gray, former Vice Presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party will be presenting his talk, “It’s Our Time”, speaking about electoral prospects and the growing influence of the Libertarian Party at the next meeting of the Libertarian Party of Orange County.
Gray is an American jurist and the 2012 Libertarian Party vice presidential nominee. He was the presiding judge of the Superior Court of Orange County, California for over 20 years. Gray was the 2004 Libertarian Party candidate for the United States Senate in California. Continue reading
LPC’s 2015 Annual Convention!
Monday, February 2, 2015 – LPC proudly announces that our annual convention of delegates will be Sunday, May 31, 2015 at the Tropicana Las Vegas! The convention will be held in conjunction with three major Libertarian events that begin Thursday, May 28.
For Immediate Release: January 20, 2015
Full text of the response delivered by Arvin Vohra, vice chair of the National Libertarian Committee, on January 20, 2015:
Arvin Vohra, Libertarian Vice ChairGood evening. I’m Arvin Vohra, vice chair of the Libertarian National Committee.
Mr. President, in your State of the Union address, you propose to make Big Government even bigger. Continue reading