The Libertarian Party of Idaho is a state organization of the National Libertarian Party.
The Libertarian Party (LP) was founded in 1971, and is the third largest political party in the United States. The LP seeks to expand personal freedoms, dramatically reduce taxes and government interference in the economy, and avoid meddling in overseas conflicts. For further information about our stands on issues, see our Platform.
Following the terminology of election law in Idaho, the main body of voting members of the Libertarian Party of Idaho is called the Central Committee. Committee membership is defined as meeting all of the following criteria:
- Is a current dues paying member of the Libertarian Party of Idaho
- Has signed the Non-Aggression Pledge
- Voter registration status is Libertarian
The Libertarian Party of Idaho is managed on an ongoing basis by its Executive Board, consisting of officers elected in even number years by the Central Committee. There are seven officers, including the four common to most organizations -- Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer -- along with the Chairs of three regions: Region 1, Region 2, and Region 3.
The Libertarian Party of Idaho is governed by a Constitution, Bylaws, and Meeting Rules.