Why should you become a member of the LPIN?

Becoming a member of the Libertarian Party allows you to have a voice in anything from the County level to the National level. As Indiana law prevents the LPIN from participating in the Taxpayer funded primaries, our membership has the privilege of selecting candidates through your vote-power granted from membership. 

But that's only the end result of what your membership means to the Libertarian Party of Indiana. Membership dues is almost entirely the way we, as a Party, can hold our mandated State Conventions, provide support to County Affiliates, and provide support to our candidates running for office. By becoming a member of the LPIN, you will know your money is staying in your state to support the issues you care about most. There's no better use of your political money than supporting a Local or State Libertarian Party. 

Annual Members support the LPIN with a one-time, non recurring, contribution at your preferred level. Annual Members are valued as a base for the Party. As an annual member, you know your money is staying local to support and grow Liberty in Indiana. 

Monthly Donors in the 1994 Society are the lifeblood of the Libertarian Party of Indiana. Monthly donations allow us to pay for all our recurring bills and help plan more outreach, campaign functions, and candidate support.

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