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The LPCaucus - Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus

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The Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus (LPCaucus) is the fastest-growing caucus in the Libertarian Party. Our membership is comprised of Libertarian activists and leaders like you and me who want to see the Party focus on candidates and winning elections. We have developed this website to better serve you. Please join free now to create a profile and learn more about the Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus.

The Pragmatist Caucus celebrates our ideological diversity.

As Libertarians, we're not going to agree on everything - and that's OK!

What we can agree on:

  1. We need to elect more Libertarians to public office.
  2. We need to promote practical solutions to our ideological platform.

We've answered some FAQs here in order to better explain our positions. Once you're ready to commit to making "a world set free in our lifetimes", sign up to volunteer or donate.

  • Upcoming events

    LPCaucus Q1 Board Meeting

    When: Monday, March 29, 2021 at 09:00 PM
    Where: Google Meet

    The Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus will be having its first regularly-scheduled, public Board meeting for 2021 on March 29, 2021. You can join us on Google Meet or by dialing in.

    Google Meet

    meet.google.com/abs-oued-kiw

    Join by phone

    (US) +1 617-675-4444
    PIN: 918 944 498 9085#

    Date: March 29, 2021
    Time: 9p-10p EST / 6p-7p PST

     

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