Libertarian Party of Idaho Endorses Medical Marijuana Act 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   March 3, 2021

Boise, ID - The Libertarian Party of Idaho has formally endorsed the Medical Marijuana Act 2022, organized by KindIdaho, a non-partisan citizens coalition. This measure would establish a state constitutional right for patients to use and access medical marijuana in Idaho.

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LPID Condemns Violence and Destruction

“Best out of two” brings out the worst of us all

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   January 7, 2021

Boise, ID – The Libertarian Party of Idaho (LPID) strongly condemns violence and destruction by protestors. We do not believe in, or advocate, for the initiation of violence as a means of achieving political or social goals. We hold our party members and elected Libertarians to this pledge and demand other parties to hold a higher standard of representation than they currently have. 

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Libertarian Party of Idaho Continues to Opposes Expansion of Medicaid

Paulette Jordan incorrectly claims Libertarian support 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  October 18, 2020

Boise, ID –  Paulette Jordan, Candidate for Idaho Senate, spoke last week with KTVB Doug Petcash regarding her stance on the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  Within the interview Paulette Jordan makes the claim that “…in 2018 […] Libertarian and from the Green Party […] were all able to come together on this one very important issue and again that’s access to healthcare.” This statement does not reflect the Party’s official stance on the issue and misrepresents the Party’s platform.

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Libertarian Party of Idaho Elects New State Chair

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  August 8, 2020

Caldwell, ID – The 2020 Idaho Libertarian Party State Convention elected Jennifer Imhoff as the new Party’s state Chairwoman. Imhoff replaces Rob Oates who served as Chair for over 10 years.  Jennifer is the state parties first women to be elected chair, as well as the first with a Latino and Filipino background. Imhoff brings a new face and new approach to the party during a presidential election year.

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