1998 California General Election
Political Party Statements of Purpose
Libertarian Party
Around the country, more than 250 Libertarians are in office today, proving that libertarians can be idealistic, yet practical, and still get elected.

In California, Simi Valley and Moreno Valley City councilwomen Sandi Webb and Bonnie Flickinger are fine examples, as is Calaveras Board of Supervisor member Tom Tryon.

Do libertarians represent your viewpoint? Here's a simple test. In the 1996 election, did you support "both" Prop 209 (to end racial preferences) and Prop 215 (to legalize medical marijuana)? If so, you're a natural libertarian. Are you annoyed at incumbent politicians who keep trying to overturn these votes? Do you believe, like most people, that government usually does the wrong thing?

Join us. Help us end the state income tax. Help us reduce crime by ending the War on Drugs. Help us privatize education and safeguard the right to keep arms. Libertarians stand for free, peaceful people taking responsibility for their lives, their families and their communities. Libertarians support all ten of the Bill of Rights. Libertarians stand for freedom of choice.

If you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you've always gotten.

Are you satisfied with government you're getting? If not, vote Libertarian.

Libertarian Party of California
655 Lewelling Boulevard, Suite 362
San Leandro, CA 94579-9980
For information, call 1-800-ELECT-US
Web Address: www.ca.lp.org/
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