Consisting of the counties of Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean, and Salem, the South Jersey Libertarian Committee (SJLC) is the local official organization of the Libertarian Party, the third largest political party in the United States. Everyone that is a member of the LP or NJLP is automatically a voting member of the SJLC. Those that have registered to vote in the state of New Jersey as Libertarians are also members of this county committee and have equal voice at our meetings, and can present items for discussion, though they are not guaranteed the right to vote on actions taken by the committee until they are full members of the NJLP. We have a strong tradition of political activism and have been on the political scene in the area for over a decade. South Jersey Libertarians have competed for seats in the United States Congress, New Jersey Legislature, and Town Councils since 2000. Besides being the local NJLP authority, which makes us responsible for approving local candidates, providing information to the public, and offering comments to the media, the SJLC has managed a political talk radio show out of Sewell, Gloucester County, and continues to enjoy a very strong tie to local Libertarian student groups like the Rowan Students for Liberty in Glassboro.
Apr 02, 2015 - 07:00 PM
Grabbe's Seafood Restaurant
Apr 12, 2015 - 01:00 PM
Omega Diner & Cafe
Professor Scott Beaulier, Adams-Bibby Chair of Free Enterprise at Troy University, will speaking at TCNJ this Friday. His topic is The Myths of Immigration, and he will be speaking from 3pm to 4:30pm in the Library Auditorium.
Professor Beaulier is the author of the recent Freeman article Tough on Immigration is Tough on Economic Growth.