Hoosiers will vote this November for a senator, a representative, and many local races including a large IPS funding referendum in Indianapolis. We also vote for secretary of state, which has implications far into the future for our state and elections.
Responsibile, competent, and tolerant Libertarianism.
Welcome to the website of the Libertarian Party of Hamilton County, Indiana. We are affiliated with the national Libertarian Party and the Libertarian Party of Indiana. The Libertarian Party is the third largest political party in the United States and is the only non-major party with ballot access in the state of Indiana. Hamilton County is located just north of Indianapolis and consists of the cities of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, and Westfield as well as several towns.
Libertarians believe in being SERVED by a small, non-intrusive government that is financially responsible, administratively competent and socially tolerant.
"Libertarians believe the answer to America's political problems is the same commitment to freedom that earned America its greatness: a free-market economy and the abundance and prosperity it brings; a dedication to civil liberties and personal freedom that marks this country above all others; and a foreign policy of non-intervention, peace, and free trade as prescribed by America's founders." (Source: The Libertarian Party: A Short History, 2000)
Last night the Indianapolis City-County Council Public Works Committee held a hearing on the new Bird and Lime scooter-share services that have nested around Indianapolis. Adding requirements for horns and lights, fees, licenses, and special exemptions were all discussed. The Libertarian Party of Marion County thinks the addition of the scooters and choice in mobility […]
Coming up at our next regular event on August 20, 2018, we’ll have a special speaker at our next meeting. Ft Wayne City Councilman Jason Arp is going to join us to talk about TIFs and Economic Development (i.e What are they doing with our money?). Jason isn’t playing for our team (yet), but it […]
Potholes are an annoying annual problem that gets people fired up. Suddenly a problem impacts people that problems don’t usually impact. Since at least Mayor Hudnut’s administration, the problem manifests in Phase 1 of the same process…
The district has overhead and needs some level of administration. We contend there’s too much emphasis on administration within IPS that is whittling away their funding. IPS needs to try to educate the public about what they’re doing to save money and spend wisely before asking for more.