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.
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Indy has money for roads, and the Legislature gave us the help
Potholes are an annoying annual problem that gets people fired up. Suddenly a problem impacts people that problems don’t usually impact. Since at least Mayor Hudnut’s administration, the problem manifests in Phase 1 of the same process…
Indianapolis Public Schools scales back huge referendum request to slightly less huge request
The district has overhead and needs some level of administration. We contend there’s too much emphasis on administration within IPS that is whittling away their funding. IPS needs to try to educate the public about what they’re doing to save money and spend wisely before asking for more.
Libertarian Party of Marion County Offers Solutions Missed By Mayor Hogsett’s Plans for New Jail
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett laid out plans for a new jail in his recent State of the City Address, and in doing so linked Marion County’s criminal justice woes to the city’s financial problems. The Libertarian Party of Marion County said the mayor missed several key points. Libertarian Party of Marion County chairman Chris Mayo […]
Three Indianapolis Residents Chosen for Leadership Roles on the Libertarian National Committee
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, July 1, 2014 (Columbus, Ohio) The Libertarian Party held their biennial National Convention June 26th-29th in Columbus, Ohio. Once again, the strength of the Libertarian Party of Indiana and the Libertarian Party of Marion County were apparent. Perhaps the most notable display of strength was the election of three Marion […]