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The LPCaucus - Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus

Final Announcement

As you know, the Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus was created for the purpose of electing Libertarians. You and I believe that Libertarian elected officials show voters our principles in action each and every day. Together, we focused on that positive vision, taking steps to work across ideological divides (even long standing ones within the Party). This caucus has never existed to oppose other causes or groups, but rather to rally those who believe as we do that the number one goal of a political party is to elect people to public office.

Because of your support, I know we made every difference in pushing the Libertarian Party to focus resources on winning elections, building up a professional staff, and earning the votes of millions of Americans with messaging that takes our principles and explains them to mainstream voters.

This week, given the backdrop of ongoing events within the Libertarian Party, it became clear to our entire leadership team that the best way we can work together to see “a world set free in our lifetime” is by dissolving the Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus.

The Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus has created a network of like-minded individuals in the liberty movement who have formed strong friendships responsible for accomplishing many incredible wins for the Party. I know that even with the caucus dissolved, this network will continue to work together to be positive voices for liberty and influencing public policy in a libertarian direction. 

Without you, the Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus could not have helped to elect the first Libertarian representative in a generation, Rep. Marshall Burt. Rep. Burt is the result of the hard work and dedication of many within this caucus, working together and donating to the Libertarian Frontier project. Thus, it is only fitting that our Board voted to donate any remaining funds to the Libertarian Frontier project, which is continuing our shared mission of electing Libertarians to public office.

Can I count on you to join me in donating monthly to the Libertarian Frontier project by visiting this secure link?

You can also make a one-time gift by visiting here.

You and I accomplished much working together as members of the Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus, and we will continue to advance the frontiers of liberty and justice for all in future endeavors. I want to thank you for the opportunity to serve as your first Chair and Executive Director. I also want to thank you for your generous financial support and incredible volunteer efforts on behalf of the Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus.

Very Respectfully,

Alexander DiBenedetto
Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus