The Libertarian Party of Marion County is assembling a crew of volunteers to help us clean up an area of Sherman Ave. south of 16th and north of Michigan Street on Indy’s east side.
Responsibile, competent, and tolerant Libertarianism.
Welcome to the website of the Libertarian Party of Marion County in Indiana. We are affiliated with the national Libertarian Party and the Libertarian Party of Indiana. The Libertarian Party is the third largest political party in the United States and is the only non-major party with ballot access in the state of Indiana. Marion County is home to Indianapolis and is the largest affiliated county in Indiana.
Libertarians believe in being SERVED by a small, non-intrusive government that is financially responsible, administratively competent and socially tolerant.
"Libertarians believe the answer to America's political problems is the same commitment to freedom that earned America its greatness: a free-market economy and the abundance and prosperity it brings; a dedication to civil liberties and personal freedom that marks this country above all others; and a foreign policy of non-intervention, peace, and free trade as prescribed by America's founders." (Source: The Libertarian Party: A Short History, 2000)
At the Libertarian Party of Marion County’s 2019 Convention, voting delegates selected candidates for 2019 municipal elections, delegates to the LPIN Convention in March, and elected local Party leadership.
Bill Bean, the Chair of the Libertarian Party of Marion County, died Monday, December 10, 2018 at the age of 51.
The Libertarian Party of Marion County is holding our annual convention this January 19, 2019 at 6 pm in the Wilkie Room at the Athenaeum. 2019 is a big year for Marion County politics with the election of Mayor, City-County Council, and many excluded-city races in Beech Grove, Lawrence, and Speedway. The convention is open […]
Hoosiers will vote this November for a senator, a representative, and many local races including a large IPS funding referendum in Indianapolis. We also vote for secretary of state, which has implications far into the future for our state and elections.