The Libertarian Party of Colorado and the National Party are teaming up to get as many members registered for both the LPCO and the LP as we can before October 31st! What is the important event that happens on Halloween? That’s the day for a person to register for the national party so that they count towards the total number of registered members from their state.
And that number is important because the total number of members to the national party determines how many delegates your state gets! Colorado is traditionally one of the states with the strongest Libertarian core, and this year there is a special effort being put into registering members! Please sign up below to be registered for both the Libertarian Party of Colorado* and the National Party.
After that, if you are so inclined you can become even more involved! We’ll send you information about Liberty evens and put you in contact with your county and state parties.
The country needs the Libertarian Party, now more than ever. Will you join us in defending the American idea that liberty is your birthright?
*You must also be a registered Libertarian in the state of Colorado to join the LPCO. IF you are not a registered Libertarian you can become one here.
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** Other FEC filing states that wish to have a joint membership/fundraising drive should have their state chair email the Executive Director.