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!



  • From the blog

    Resolution Regarding Government Pandemic Response

    Resolution of the Libertarian Party of Santa Clara County
    Regarding Government Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Adopted 1 May 2020 by the LP SCC Executive Committee

    Whereas, people own their own bodies, and it is their personal responsibility to take care of them;

    Whereas, people have a natural and constitutional right to travel and trade;

    Whereas, the economy of Santa Clara County and the greater Bay Area depends on the free flow of goods and people acting autonomously;

    Whereas, governments, where they exist, do not have the right to impede the travel and free trade that people depend on for their well being;

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    Do you know about the OTHER presidential primaries, debates, polls?

    Dear concerned voter:

    The battle among candidates of one of the parties for their presidential nomination is dominating the headlines -- and California is one of those "Super Tuesday" states.

    But if you are among the growing number of voters who are registered Libertarian, you received a ballot listing an entirely different set of choices. Do you know what these candidates stand for?  Read below for details about:

    • the choices on your primary ballot
    • the debate that took place two weeks ago
    • who is ahead in the polls
    • who are the delegates who will be selecting the nominee
    • another debate coming up next week
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