These four priorities were set forth by Jessica Paxton when she took on the job of LPAR Chair in 2013. They remain relevant today, as we approach the 2016 general election.
In the eyes of the state of Arkansas, unless we have ballot access we are not considered a political party. We must achieve and maintain ballot access. With ballot access, we have power on the political playing field. Without it, we are 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.
Funds are needed to support candidates and the LPAR.
Build the LPAR Organization
As Tip O’Neill once said, “All politics is local.” This means more members and volunteers at the local level, as well as the state level, using their natural talents to progress liberty in Arkansas.