Jerry Titus, Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Howard County and activist for the Libertarian Party of Indiana announces that he and Greg Noland, Chairman of the Libertarian party of Madison County, will host a Libertarian Outreach Booth at the Tipton County Porkfest, September 9th through the 11th.
Libertarians from throughout Central Indiana will be staffing the popular outreach program – ‘Operation Politically Homeless’ and administering the ‘World’s Smallest Political Quiz’ to the public.
Titus remarked: “Operation Politically Homeless and the World’s Smallest Political Quiz were designed specifically to identify potential libertarians and educate the public about our movement’s ideology. The programs have had great success throughout the country for a number of years and Libertarian groups throughout Indiana have been using them extensively in the last year to great success. I encourage all Libertarians who want to improve their canvassing skills with these tools to join us in Tipton this week. Our primary focus is to identify develop a base of Libertarians in Tipton County with the goal to form an affiliate party there. Any Libertarian minded Tipton county residents interested in organizing a local affiliate, should please stop by the booth.
As well, Libertarian and liberty minded candidates will be in attendance throughout the event to meet the public and share their views on Libertarian solutions to the pressing issues that our communities, state and country face.”
Titus is seeking election to the Howard County Council, District 2. Noland is a candidate for State Representative, House District 36.
Information on Libertarian candidates for Senate – Rebecca Sink-Burris; Congress, District 5 – Chard Reid and Secretary of State – Mike Wherry will be available at the booth as well.
MORE ABOUT THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY OF INDIANA: The Libertarian Party is America and Indiana’s third largest political party founded in 1971 as an alternative to the two main political parties. Our vision is for a world in which all individuals can freely exercise the natural right of sole dominion over their own lives, liberty, and property by building a political party that elects Libertarians to public office, and moving public policy in a libertarian direction. In accordance with the Libertarian Pledge we do not believe in or advocate the initiation of force as a means of achieving political or social goals.
The Libertarian Party of Indiana was formed in 1974, and has maintained ballot access since 1994. Sam Goldstein, an Indianapolis resident, currently serves as Chairman.
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