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Contributions to the LPO Qualify for the Oregon Political Tax Credit


This tax credit, worth up to $50 per individual and $100 per joint filing, allows you to effectively redirect funds that would have gone to the state to political organizations you support.  For example, if you have a tax bill of $100 and claim a $50 tax credit, your bill is reduced to $50.  If you have a refund of $100 coming and use the same tax credit, your refund goes to $150.  The LPO is currently registered with the Oregon Secretary of State as PAC #16869.


Become a Dues-Paying Member of the LPO


Dues paying, or "regular" members of the LPO can serve in LPO leadership and may participate as a delegate at LPO Annual Business Conventions.  These members also support the LPO financially through their dues.  $50 per year.  "Honorary Lifetime" LPO members do not need to pay dues.  Combined with the Oregon Political Tax Credit, membership is effectively free!

By joining the LPO as a dues-paying or "regular" member in this way you subscribe to the following statement: "I hold that all individuals have the right to exercise sole dominion over their own lives, and have the right to live in whatever manner they choose, so long as they don not forcibly interfere with the equal right of others to live in whatever manner they choose."

If you do not want to pay dues but are an Oregon voter registered with the Libertarian Party, you are already a "registered" member of the LPO and may participate in candidate nominating conventions as a voting member, a candidate for partisan public office, or both.


Make a Contribution to the Libertarian Party of Oregon



If you want to support the LPO's good work but are already an LPO member or simply don't want to join, please contribute by clicking on the DONATE button shown above.  Your contribution will be put to good use in building our party and supporting current projects.












About Us

The Libertarian Party is the third largest political party in America.  Hundreds of Libertarians have won election to partisan and non-partisan offices all over America including some in Oregon.  As a party supporting both fiscal responsibility and social tolerance, the Libertarian Party reflects the values of more and more of us.  It you think you might be a Libertarian, consider joining us today!

LPO In Dispute

The leadership of the LPO and the governing documents governing it's operation are in dispute.  The Libertarian National Committee, delegates assembled at the 2012 and 2014 Libertarian National Conventions, the national Libertarian Judicial Committee, and the Oregon LP Judicial Committee recognizes the leadership and governing documents associated with organization sponsoring this website.  The Oregon Secretary of State is barred from taking a position, and has for the moment defaulted to recognizing an alternate organization because it is supported by the most recent "Chair of Record."  This is being contested in a variety of venues and we expect the situation will be resolved soon.

More Ways to Get Involved

Become a Registered Libertarian Party voter!  There are over 15,804 registered Libertarian voters in Oregon.  You can become one if you are eligible to vote in Oregon.  Click HERE and follow the provided instructions to register or re-register online!

NOTE: Registered members of the LPO are eligible to participate in candidate nominating conventions and be nominated by the Libertarian Party to run for public partisan office in general elections.  There is no charge to become a registered member.

Find out if YOU are a Libertarian!
  Take this quiz to find out!  Just click HERE.

Oregon Map

Form or Become Active with an Affiliated County Party (ACP).  The LPO is in the process of organizing county organizations across Oregon.  We are working to build an active presence across the state, and ACPs will be key to that.

County organizations are great way for advancing the principles of limited government where people live, provide a base of support for Libertarians to run in winnable local elections, and coordinate activity on statewide issues.  Click HERE if you are interested!