Libertarian Party
Name Libertarian Party
Establishment 1971
Symbol Torch with eagle
Color Yellow
In Control Of:
Highest Ranking Official
Ideology Libertarianism (American)
Classical Liberalism
Fiscal Conservatism
Social Liberalism
Party Chair Nicholas Sarwark
Senate Leader
House Leader
Governor's Chair
The Libertarian Party is a political party in the United States. It is the third most popular political party after the Democrats and the Republicans.[1]

The Libertarian Party is conservative on economic issues and liberal on social issues. Some Libertarian Party members are pro-life like Ron Paul, while others are pro-choice like Gary "Aleppo" Johnson.

The Libertarian Party knows that governments “have a terrible track record when it comes to environmental protection” and that private property owners “have a vested interest in maintaining natural resources.”[2]

Members of the Libertarian Party Edit

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References Edit

  1. New Registration Data for the United States, Ballot Access News
  2. 2018 Platform, Libertarian Party
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