MINIMUM Government, MAXIMUM Freedom

It’s Never Too Early to be a Libertarian…

Absentee voting beings in Iowa on September 25, 2014.  Request your mail-in ballot today.

To Request an Absentee Ballot:

Print the form below and mail it to the County Auditor in the county where you are registered to vote. The requests must be submitted in hard copy as an original signature is required.

For those Iowans who prefer to wait until November 4, 2014, to vote, the County Auditor will have sample ballots available online.

Absentee Ballot Request Form

EVENTS and NEWS

The Libertarian Party’s candidates are busy meeting with local groups, attending community activities, and holding events. These are opportunities for you, the citizens of Iowa, to learn more about these people seeking to represent you and to share with them your opinions on what government should and should not be doing. The events listed below are only some of the events where you can meet the candidates.

OCTOBER 16, 2014
AAUW Forum, Rockwell City Community Center: Lynne Gentry

OCTOBER 12, 2014
Covered Bridges Festival Parade, Winterset: Ed Wright

OCTOBER 4, 2014
Pumpkin Fest, Anamosa: Brian Cook

OCTOBER 1, 2014
Noon Rotary, Family Table Restaurant, Pocahontas: Lynne Gentry

SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
ADK Meeting, Lake City: Lee Hieb, Lynne Gentry

SEPTEMBER 27, 2014
Oktemberfest Parade, Marshalltown: Doug Butzier, Keith Laube

SEPTEMBER 20, 2014
Beaverdale Fall Festival Parade, Des Moines: Lee Hieb, Ed Wright, Keith Laube

 

Sept. 7, 2014, Des Moines: Jake Porter speaks about restoring rights to felons who have served their sentences.

Sept. 7, 2014, Des Moines: Jake Porter speaks about restoring rights to felons who have served their sentences.

 

 

 

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