The California Primary Election, including voting for President, voter nominated offices, and ballot measures, is set for the first Tuesday of March.
For information about candidates endorsed by the Libertarian Party of Santa Clara County, see our primary page.
Note that this year all voting in Santa Clara County will be by mail or at voting centers where anybody in the county can cast a ballot -- there will be no "precinct" polling places. For additional information about the new system, see the explanation from the Registrar of VotersTuesday, March 03, 2020 at 07:00 AMrsvpBy Mail or at a Voting Center0 RSVPs
A meeting of the Central Committee Meeting of the Libertarian Party of Santa Clara County will be held Saturday, March 7th.
LUNCH from 1pm - 2pm
MEETING starting at 2pm
Omega Family Restaurant
90 S. Park Victoria Drive
Our agenda will include discussion a review of the primary election, consideration of bylaw changes, and plans for the fall elections. For more information visit our website: www.scclp.org
Note: This meeting is open to all supporters of the Libertarian Party, but to vote on official business you must be a central committee member. To join as a voting member, visit: https://www.scclp.org/join
Informal monthly gathering - meet fellow Libertarian Party members, or if you aren't already a member meet some people and ask questions about the LP. Or just have some coffee and listen.
Junior State of America is an organization of high school students interested in politics and government. They hold a Northern California convention twice each year, and we are always there to help them find out about the Libertarian Party! Our booth, stocked with freedom-oriented literature and provocative buttons, is always very popular. If you would like to help with this project. call Lawrence Samuels at 831-238-5058.