Help Make 2016 the Year of the Libertarian

NC_Candidates_Vote_Guide.pngOf all the people in the United States, the major political parties have settled on two deeply flawed and incredibly unpopular candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump." - U.S. News

It's clear the Libertarian Party has a unique opportunity to make a significant impact on the 2016 election.  To make the most of this opportunity, we've designed unique campaign materials for our candidates, including this voting guide, yard signs, and rack cards.

We need your help to raise the $6,000 to print these materials.

  • $100  will put this material in the hands of 250 people at the NC State Fair, La Fiesta del Pueblo, the Mountain State Fair, and dozens of campaign events.
  • $20 will deliver the libertarian message to 50 North Carolinians.

Whatever amount you can give will advance the cause of liberty. Make your best contribution today.

Remember what National LP Chair Nick Sawark said. “We are in it for the long term; we are in it to win. It may take two years, four years, 20 years, but we are not going away. And the old parties are, frankly, dying.”

With your help in 2016, we can speed the demise of the establishment parties while making their passing as peaceful and painless as possible for the people of our state.

$1,550.00 raised
GOAL: $6,000.00
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