Our Mission

The purpose of the Champaign County Libertarian Central Committee is to promote, within Champaign County, the ideal specified in the Libertarian Party Statement of Principles by any means consistent with those principles.
https://www.lp.org/platform/

We aim to:

  • educate the public about liberty and personal responsibility;
  • ensure that local government respects the rights of its citizens, is transparent and is accessible; and
  • support freedom-minded candidates, legislation and legislators
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Get Illinois Libertarian House Candidates On the Ballot!

Due to the coronavirus situation, online petitioning to obtain registered voters’ signatures to get on the ballot is legal in Illinois this year. The Libertarian Party of Illinois has a US House of Representatives candidate in all 18 congressional districts. By signing a candidate’s petition, you are not endorsing or supporting a candidate. You are … Continue reading Get Illinois Libertarian House Candidates On the Ballot!

Open Letter to Champaign Council Denouncing Extraordinary Powers

The following letter was submitted April 7th, 2020 in response to Champaign City Council’s proposal (and ultimate passage of) to extend the Emergency Order originally passed March 13th, 2020. My name is Russ Clark and am the chair of the Champaign County Libertarian Party.  I am yet again shocked and dismayed that my city council … Continue reading Open Letter to Champaign Council Denouncing Extraordinary Powers

LIBERTARIANS DENOUNCE EMERGENCY ORDINANCE AS POWER GRAB

Under emergency ordinance, Mayor Feinen and unelected City Manager David more powerful than Governor Pritzker or President Trump Champaign, IL — The Champaign County Libertarian Party today denounced the unanimously passed emergency ordinance as a backdoor power grab due to the COVID-19 virus.  The ordinance does not stipulate timelines nor causation for suspending property rights … Continue reading LIBERTARIANS DENOUNCE EMERGENCY ORDINANCE AS POWER GRAB

On Policy: Marijuana’s Legal, Allow its Sale

After deadlock on the Environment and Land Use Committee, zoning ordinances for marijuana-related businesses in unincorporated areas of Champaign County are going to the board for vote. Proponents laud the potential tax windfall from potential businesses, while opponents fear children will be tempted to use the drug. Lets consider the facts. Illinois legalized recreational marijuana … Continue reading On Policy: Marijuana’s Legal, Allow its Sale

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