|The NJ Libertarian Party Board is sad to announce the passing of NJLP Board Member, Barry Auerbacher. Barry was first elected to the board at our convention this past March. We are grateful for the time that we got to know Barry. Our condolences go out to his family and friends.|
The New Jersey Libertarian Party is the third largest and fastest growing political party in the State! We are 100% member-funded and volunteer operated. We don't work for special interest groups, we work for the liberty and justice for ALL New Jerseyans. Join us today at NJLP.org to become a member and register Libertarian!
The NJLP needs YOU to support our excellent 2015 candidates! Our organization is not comprised of scripted career politicians. We are regular working people volunteering our time and energy so our children can live in freedom and peace. If we can do this so can you!
Meet our 2015 team of Citizen-Statesmen running for office:
- Damien Caillault - Assembly, 27th District
- Jeff Hetrick - Assembly, 27th District
- Peter Rohrman - Bergen County Freeholder
- Joseph DeLong - Mayor, South Bound Brook
- Patrick Smith - Town Council, South Bound Brook
- Joseph Dunsey - Riverdell Board of Education
These outstanding candidates need your support! Please visit their websites to contribute to their campaigns. Contact them to volunteer your time for voter outreach. With your help we can make history in 2015!
Now is the time to capitalize on the explosion of interest in the Libertarian Party. We’re especially looking for candidates to run on the local level for town council, school board and County Freeholder in 2016. These local races allow us to interject real issues such as government transparency, property tax relief, education reform and municipal over-regulation.
New Jerseyans are increasingly looking to our organization for leadership against the corrupt two-party machine. We have a responsibility as Citizens to organize ourselves politically. Anything less represents an abdication of our Natural Rights as human beings and our obligation to future generations.
Our party is already having an incredible impact but we need you to take our organization to the next level. We have the answers for the problems of unemployment, taxes and tyranny that burden our families and communities. It’s up to us to be the change we want to see in the world.
We can fix New Jersey but we need your help. When you run for office you will be shocked by how many of your neighbors are in complete agreement with our libertarian principles. You will meet other leaders in your community and make the contacts needed to maintain our extraordinary growth.
We are very excited and energized about the future. The Libertarian Party is the future of politics. Join our team today!
We are the fastest growing party in New Jersey for a reason. It isn't because we have the most money or the most powerful political connections. It's because we're fighting for the freedom and dignity of ALL New Jerseyans.
Join us today. We're just getting started.
Thank you for your support,
Chair, NJ Libertarian Party
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