What is the best path forward electorally for liberty in 2018 and beyond?

This past Saturday I sat in on an interesting session at FreedomFest in Las Vegas. It was entitled “What will it take to win in 2018, 2020 – and beyond?”, and the panel was populated by several notable libertarian figures, one of whom was Nick Sarwark, the Chair of the Libertarian Party (LP).

Federal Candidate Survey

The Republican Liberty Caucus is dedicated to promoting the ideals of individual rights, limited government and free enterprise within the Republican Party of the United States of America by:

A. Promoting these ideals among Party officials and its various organizations;
B. Identifying and supporting candidates sympathetic with these ideals;
C. Promoting Caucus membership among Party registrants, officials, and officeholders

Section I: Specific Legislation

Section II: General Principles

Section III: Campaign Data

Section IV: The Liberty Compact

I pledge to the citizens of the Jurisdiction and State I am seeking a position in that as their elected representative I will work to:

Restore liberty, not restrict it; shrink government, not expand it; reduce taxes, not raise them; abolish programs, not create them; promote the freedom and independence of citizens, not the interference of government in their lives; and observe the limited, enumerated powers of our Constitution, not ignore them.

The candidate must sign and date the Liberty Compact for it to be valid. I understand that typing my name and the date above constitutes a legal signature.

2020 Presidential Straw Poll at Porcfest

On 6/24 at the Free State Project's 14th Annual Porcupine Freedom Festival (Porcfest), the Republican Liberty Caucus conducted a 2020 Presidential straw poll for all willing attendees.

The straw poll was conducted exactly like it's predecessor at the 2015 RLC National Convention in Nashua using not only traditional plurality voting, but approval voting and a rating from 1-5 for any of the listed candidates.

Central Florida to host 2017 RLC National Biennial Convention

Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) activists from throughout the country will converge Saturday, May 27th in Orlando at the Rosen Centre Hotel for the 2017 Biennial RLC National Convention. The convention will feature activist training, more than a dozen speakers and multiple information packed panels.

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