Political Organisations

International Alliance of Libertarian Parties

International Alliance of Libertarian Parties
http://ialp.com/

The International Alliance of Libertarian Parties (IALP) is an alliance of libertarian political parties across the world. Its mission is to promote such libertarian politics internationally.

At the 2014 Libertarian National Convention in the United States, former chairman of the Libertarian National Committee Geoff Neale was appointed to help with the creation of an alliance of global libertarian parties. On 6 March 2015, the IALP was formed with nine founding members. As of 2019, the IALP has 21 members 

Libertarian Party (United States)

Libertarian Party (United States)
https://www.lp.org/
The Libertarian Party (LP) is a political party in the United States that promotes civil libertiesnon-interventionismlaissez-fairecapitalism, and limiting the size and scope of government. The party was conceived in August 1971 at meetings in the home of David F. Nolan in Westminster, Colorado, and was officially formed on December 11, 1971 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The founding of the party was prompted in part due to concerns about the Nixon administration, the Vietnam Warconscription, and the introduction of fiat money.

Libertarian Party of Alabama

Libertarian Party of Alabama
https://lpalabama.org/
The Libertarian Party of Alabama (LPA) is the Alabama affiliate of the national Libertarian Party (LP). It is headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama.

Libertarian Party of Alaska

Libertarian Party of Alaska
http://www.alaskalp.org/index.html
The Libertarian Party of Alaska is the affiliate of the Libertarian Party (LP) in Alaska, headquartered in Anchorage.

Libertarian Party of Arizona

Libertarian Party of Arizona
https://www.azlp.org/
The Arizona Libertarian Party was one of the earliest affiliates to be formed with it having 35 dues-paying members by late 1972 and was planning on holding a state convention to plan on how to seek legal recognition as a party. In 1973 the party was organized and elected its officials and the following year had grown to over 200 members.

Libertarian Party of Arkansas

Libertarian Party of Arkansas
https://lpar.org/
In 2002 members of the party petitioned to place Amendment 3, a ballot initiative that would have eliminated taxes on food and medicine, but it was overwhelmingly rejected by 61% to 39%. However, the sales tax on food was later phased out through the passage of a bill following the amendment’s defeat.