With a growing number of Americans coming to libertarian views on personal freedoms, economic freedoms, and peace, Libertarians have an unprecedented opportunity to make a significant political impact in our state and our country.
Become a candidate
During even-numbered years, all 118 state representative offices are up for election, as well as a third of all Illinois state senate offices.
During odd-numbered years, municipal offices such as mayor, township trustee, library and school boards, and other local races are open for challenge.
Running for and winning these elections are a great way to help your community and demonstrate how Libertarian solutions can benefit people every day.
Want to know more?
- Why you should run as a Libertarian candidate
- The first steps towards running for office
- More about the elective offices available
- Additional resources for Libertarian candidates
Email Campaign@LPIllinois.org for our Political Director, Thomas Hill if you would like to become a Libertarian candidate in Illinois.
Become a campaign volunteer
You can assist Libertarian campaigns in many ways:
- Manage campaigns
- Raise money
- Collect, report, and disburse funds
- Design websites and campaign materials
- Research issues
- Write campaign messaging
- Collect petition signatures (Illinois petition drive)
- Take photos/video
- Distribute literature
- Get out the vote
Contact our Volunteer Director, Brian Lambrecht, if you are interested in getting involved with any of our candidates’ campaigns. It’s not only a valuable way to advance liberty, but fun!