New Jersey Libertarian Party

The Party of Principle

Why your Libertarian vote on Tuesday, Nov. 4, is worth 100 times the other guy's vote

Press Release

For Immediate Release
Monday, November 3, 2014

Why your Libertarian vote on Tuesday, Nov. 4, is worth 100 times the other guy's vote

Political leverage! Libertarian Party candidates have it in 2014 — IF YOU VOTE Libertarian.

Why? Unlike the Democratic and Republican candidates, our Libertarian Party candidates for public office have one rock-solid issue — and a clear, powerful message.

Our rock-solid issue: To dramatically expand and advance individual liberty in America.

Our clear, powerful message: Vote for us, elect us, and we will do everything we can to dramatically roll back today's Big Government. To dramatically shrink the size, power, authority, responsibility, taxes, and spending of federal, state, and local Big Government.

Voting Libertarian is voting to give people back their own lives. Their own choices. Their own destinies.

The news media is covering more Libertarian Party candidates more often than ever before.

Because voters are looking us over.

Because 18- to 35-year-old voters are voting for Libertarian Party candidates in higher and higher numbers.

Because the Libertarian Party issues and proposals are the growing choice of a new, young generation.

Because this young generation of voters is talking about us and our government-shrinking, liberty-expanding issues — with their friends and families.

Your vote on Tuesday, Nov. 4, for our Libertarian Party candidates turns up the volume of the word of mouth.

Your vote is seen and talked about by Republican and Democratic Party activists and operatives.

AND by the election night news reporters. AND by the post-election news analysts. ESPECIALLY those on the Internet, in new media.

Your vote may well have 100 times the impact of each vote cast for a Democratic or Republican candidate.

It just might attract more and more voters to the Libertarian Party — to the Libertarian alternative — in 2015 and 2016. And get us closer to the Libertarian tipping point.

Vote Libertarian.