Libertarian Party to hold Primary for Governor of Idaho

Libertarian Gubernatorial Primary brings new excitement to the Liberty movement

Boise, ID -  

The Libertarian Party of Idaho will hold its first gubernatorial primary this year. Paul Sand and John Dionne have both filed to run for Governor of Idaho as Libertarians.  Idaho has been holding primaries since 2011. This is the first time that any party other than the Democratic or Republican Parties has had a contested gubernatorial primary in Idaho. 

“The upcoming primary will allow libertarians to challenge or affirm their principles.” stated the party Chair, Jennifer Imhoff “Your vote is an endorsement. And I’m encouraged to see Libertarians affirm the values they want to see at the highest level in Idaho.”

The Libertarian Party of Idaho will be holding its annual convention on April 2, 2022 in Idaho Falls. Party delegates will have the opportunity to endorse candidates ahead of the Primary. 

Any registered Libertarian will be able to vote in the Libertarian primary on May 22, 2022. Unaffiliated voters will have the opportunity to choose to vote in the Libertarian Primary on the day of.

The Libertarian Party of Idaho exists to promote individual liberty and constitutionally-limited government in the state of Idaho and its 44 counties.  Our vision is elected and appointed government officials throughout Idaho who prioritize Life, Liberty, Property, and Happiness, as defined by the individual, instead of special interests and partisanship.

You can learn more about Paul Sand at https://paulsand.org/ 

You can learn more about John Dionne at https://www.dionneforidahogovernor2022.com/ 

 

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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.  The Libertarian Party of Idaho is an affiliate of the Libertarian National Committee (LNC) and one of the four major parties in Idaho.