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Recent News From The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania
Harrisburg, PA – The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania announces that at least 21 Libertarians were elected to office throughout the state in the 2023 election. Some election results are still pending. Libertarians were elected to positions such as Township Auditor,
The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania (LPPA) is seeking registered Libertarians to file for local offices throughout Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has lots of local offices in small districts. Often, nobody files for them at all. If a Libertarian files for an unopposed
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Philadelphia, PA – The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania is among the many sponsors of an upcoming class in Philadelphia that will introduce attendees to the ideas of Libertarianism. A diverse team of experts in the Liberty space
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Strinestown, PA – Some Conewago Township voters received an unpleasant surprise when they discovered access to their polling location at Conewago Elementary School, 780 Copenhaffer Road, restricted as they attempted to cast their votes in the local
Democratic candidate and Montour County Commissioner Trevor Finn, along with Libertarian candidate Elijah Scretching, 24, a Marine Corps veteran, will answer questions and debate several issues on April 19 at 7 p.m. inside the Albright Center, on Chestnut Street, in Sunbury.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HARRISBURG, PA – Libertarians Elijah Scretching and Alfe Goodwin have entered the race in the special elections for the 108th and 163rd Legislative Districts (respectively). A native of Pennsylvania, Scretching went through the foster system to graduate
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Libertarians are practical. We know that we can’t make the world perfect. But, it can be better. The Libertarian Party is the only political party that respects your rights as a unique and competent individual. We want a system that allows all people to choose what they want from life — that lets us live, work, play, and dream our own way.