Welcome to the Libertarian Party of Oregon

The LPO is solely based on the kindness of volunteers and the generosity of those who donate. The LPO is here to help facilitate Libertarian activities in Oregon, connect like minded people, and advance the philosophy of non aggression in our world. The easiest way to contact us and to talk to other Libertarians is through the Facebook link to the upper right corner. We look forward to hearing from you.

NEWS -  LPO Biennial Convention, April 25th - April 26th, (Click here for details)

LPO Biennial Convention - Social Night is set. (Click here for details)

DIRECTOR ELECTIONS!!! - Action Required by Feb 22, 2015

To be eligible to run for our board you must have participated in our 2014 primary election process (returned a ballot) AND be a registered member on February 1st, 2015. You may become a candidate by emailing our party secretary. If you would like a candidate statement you may pay $35 and submit one that conforms to the standards laid out in our rules. Click the board election link for our latest rules.

There are 9 positions for our board and they will serve until the 2017 convention. The LPO is involved in ongoing litigation that is on appeal where we are the prevailing party in the trial court. Should the appeal reverse the lower court position, you may need to be personally involved in litigation and a dispute involving the leadership of the LPO.

 

ATTENTION

Just a reminder to our members - there are no dues required to be a voting member of the Libertarian Party of Oregon. So long as you are a registered Libertarian voter in the state of Oregon, your voice is welcome in determining the future of your party and your state. Thanks again for your commitment to liberty and to a better Oregon!

(We have, sadly, gotten word of a fraudulent fundraising letter claiming to request "dues" in order to secure voting privileges at a "Libertarian Party of Oregon convention." We are investigating the appropriate action to deal with this clear violation of the Non-Aggression Principle and the law.)