In order to give our members and everyone interested a chance to join us at convention, the LPPA Convention Committee has decided to extend early bird pricing until Tuesday, January 31st!
Every year, the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania hosts a convention to conduct state business and connect libertarians across the keystone state. After a bold midterm election, we stand together for the first time in over two decades with our party status unbroken. With a premier array of engaging speakers, this is an event not to be missed!
Joe Adams, Penndel Borough Councilman, announced at the council’s official meeting Monday night that he would be leaving the Republican Party to join the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HARRISBURG, PA – In the 2022 midterm election cycle, the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania fielded more legislative
The Libertarian Party made waves in national headlines last week when Arizona Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate, Marc Victor, dropped out
On October 24th, 2022, libertarian candidates from across Pennsylvania rallied on the steps of the Pennsylvania Capitol Building for increased
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Harrisburg, PA – The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania will be holding an election press conference on the
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Auburn, Alabama – Benjamin Seevers, a Libertarian council member for North Apollo Borough in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania,
In an attempt to scare Libertarian candidates off the ballot, operatives for the major parties have harassed both petition signers and candidates themselves.
Five of the Libertarian candidates for office in Pennsylvania are facing challenges from the major parties in an attempt to remove their names from the ballot.
The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania has fielded the most legislative candidates in nearly thirty years. On the ballot this November will be candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, U.S. Senate, U.S. House, two for the Pennsylvania Senate, and seventeen for the Pennsylvania House.
The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania Calls for the Abolition of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has been found liable for damages, interest, and lawyers’ fees in yet another case brought against its unlawful operation.