Welcome to the fastest growing political party in California

The Santa Clara County Libertarian Party’s primary purpose is to elect and support Libertarian candidates, to all levels of elective office within the county as well as jurisdictional areas that overlap county boundaries, that promotes freedom by engaging in political and information activities within the County of Santa Clara in the State of California.

You have the chance to help make liberty win. It will take every single person who wants to see a free and prosperous nation.  If you'd like to get involved in a leadership role or as a volunteer or contributor, please contact us today!

 


 

The Proposition to repeal the Gas Tax (SB1) has been certified for the November ballot. That means we have a real shot at overturning Sacramento's money grab for special projects. So far they have spent over $3 Billion Dollars on transportation project in Southern California. Your gas taxes are being spent on new rail roads, Amtrak trains, LA light rail trains, buses, and even high speed rail, but not on roads in Santa Clara County.

Help us stop this money grab, by donating to our marketing campaign. We will be doing radio ads and Facebook videos to get the word out to vote YES to the GasTax Repeal ballot measure. Together, we can finally stop a crazy train tax in California!

  • From the blog

    Fresh Off The Ballot

    During the 2018 June Primaries we saw a request for a total of $340 million in school bonds and another $6.7 million in parcel taxes towards schools, just in Santa Clara county. The Santa Clara County Libertarian Party signed off as a co-sponsor on many of these alongside the Silicon Valley Taxpayers Association, who led the argument against. One in particular, Measure G in San Jose, was led by us and this also happened to be the only school measure to have failed.

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    From the Front Lines

    The Libertarian Party National Convention was held in New Orleans this last month. The biennial event is where Libertarian delegates from every state gather to discuss platform and bylaw changes and to elect officers. This years convention was one of the highest attended events even thought this was a non-election year.  There was a notably higher number of women, youth, and diverse attendees. Nine representatives from Santa Clara were able to attend this year.

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