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Libertarian Party of Arkansas

What does it mean to be a Libertarian?

Our Vision

Ballot Access. Unless we have ballot access we are not considered a political party. We must achieve and maintain ballot access. Help us be more than just spectators.

Support and Elect LP Candidates. To achieve our goals of bringing True Liberty to Arkansans, we must support and elect LP candidates for office all over the state.

Fund Raising. Funds are always needed to support candidates and the LPAR in all of its efforts.

Build the LPAR Organization. More members and volunteers at the local level, as well as the state level, using their natural talents to progress liberty in Arkansas.



Replace ObamaCare with the Free Market

We have seen an historical pattern playing out in the passage and implementation of the Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare). […]

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Reform the Income Tax? No, Replace It!

The 16th amendment to the U.S. constitution was passed in 1913 and has become a drag on economic growth and […]

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Coleman Supporters Welcome!

I respect the hard work and expansive spirit that made Coleman for Governor the most interesting and exciting thing to […]

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Meet your 2014 Arkansas Libertarian Candidates!

We have 26 partisan and 2 non-partisan candidates running for office all over the state. You can find out all you need to about them here.

2014 Candidates

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07.13 You don't have to hate Nate Bell to love Marc Rosson.... Read more

07.11 Thank you to all of our Lifetime members and to our Torch Club members! We now h...... Read more

07.11 I would like to thank and congratulate three of our LPAR candidates for doing su...... Read more

07.11 Frank Gilbert for Governor, Libertarian Party of Arkansas Candidate, is debating...... Read more