Tag: 2016 Elections

Libertarian Party of Orange County 2016 General Election Voter Guide

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 […]

Libertarian Party of California’s position on upcoming ballot initiatives.

[Note from the LPOC] The LPCA State Executive Committe met recently and took positions on the statewide ballot initiatives that will be in the upcoming November General Election. These positions do not represent the position of the Orange County Chapter. However, later this month when we post our voter guide, there will most likely be […]

We Need Volunteers For Our Booth At The Orange International Street Fair.

It’s that time of the year again!  Time for the Orange International Street Fair (OISF).  We have the opportunity to share the message of liberty with tens of thousands of fair attendees, and every year this event never disappoints.  OSIF is a three-night two-day event held at the world famous Orange Circle.

June 2016 Primary Voter Guide (Statewide Edition)

Next Tuesday June 7th, polls open for the State of California’s Primary Election.   Polls are open from 7am to 8pm.  Ample time for almost anyone to find the time to vote.  If you do have difficulty finding the time to vote, we recommend a voter re-register to vote and select the “Vote by Mail” […]

Meet Gary Johnson and support opening up the presidential debates to third party candidates

The Libertarian Party’s Presidential nominee in 2012, former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson, will be here in Newport Beach for two events this month. The first is at 6:00 pm on Friday evening, September 26,2014, for a dinner at the Harborside Restaurant in the Balboa Pavilion, which is located at 400 Main Street on the […]

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