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Campaign Resources

[Created 7/1/2010] We are working on updating our campaign resources page. While some of these publications need updating, much of the content remains relevant.

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Membership and Donation Forms

 

Downloadable Flyers

   

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Libertarian Party promotional items for sale: brochures, shirts, stickers, more

LPStuff.com: Licensed vendor for Libertarian Party brochures

Carries the widest variety of Libertarian Party promotional items on the web, inculding shirts, stickers and more.

LPStuff.com logo  A New Vision brochure most recommended brochure

The Advocates for Self-Government: for World's Smallest Political Quiz

 For the "World's Smallest Political Quiz" kits (a.k.a. "Operation Politically Homeless Booth" kits)

Diamond Poster    Quiz Classic New

Supplies from LPHQ

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Downloadable Logos

 

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Valuable Websites

Ballot Access News. Lots of current and historical data on third party candidates

State Affiliate Resource pages

Several state affiliates have extensive lists of helpful resources and guides. Election laws vary by state. Also, preferred strategies vary. Below are several states with extensive libraries of campaign resources

Polls and Surveys

CATO: The Libertarian Vote in the Age of Obama (1/21/10)

CATO: Where are the Libertarians? (estimating size of Libertarian constituency in each state, 6/22/10)

CATO: The Libertarian Vote (2006)

PEW: A Political Rhetoric Test (includes reaction to the word "libertarian", 5/4/10)

Center for American Progress: State of American Political Ideology, 2009 (includes libertarian)

Survey USA: North Carolina U.S. Senate race (8% of Liberals, 6% of Moderates, 4% of Conservatives Support Libertarian Beitler, 6/25/10)

Gallup: Tea Party Supporters Overlap Republican Base (7/2/10)

Gallup: Many Americans Use Multiple Labels (12/6/06)

Politico: Tea Partiers in two camps: Sarah Palin vs. Ron Paul (4/19/10)

LP Ohio: Libertarian Voters Come from Democratic and Republican Parties Nearly Equally (6/18/10)

Zogby: Two Parties or more? (58% say more)