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- NJLP ByLaws and Rules- contains the complete New Jersey Libertarian Party Bylaws and Rules.
- Platform - contains the complete New Jersey Libertarian Party platform, with hypertext links for the web.
- National LP Info - contains information regarding the national party.
- State LP Officers - TBD lists all of the names of the state party’s officials, as well as contact information. There is also a list of Libertarians who hold public offices in the state and its localities.
- County Organizations - TBD The NJLP has affiliated county organizations for advocacy, activism, and discussion at the county level.
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- Calendar - TBD meeting schedule, other upcoming events.
- - TBD a manual on running an Operation Politically Homeless
- FAQ's - various Frequently Asked Questions about the NJLP.
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