Goals: 2018

1. Connect with current Libertarian voters in Hillsborough seeking out fellow Activist and Donors.
A. Door to door Canvassing
B. Phone calling
C. Mailers
D. Outreach Socials
E. Educational events


2. Raising $4,650
Long term this is our quarterly goal. Right now we are just trying to do it once.


3. Equipping Activists
Training with fun activities.
A. Canvassing Competitions
B. Rant Nites for speaking
C. Occupy Primary, early voting, and Polls seeking 200,000 petition signatures to put 2 FL Constitution Revisions on the 2020 Ballot (re: Red Light Cameras and 60 % voter approval to add toll to existing roads).


4. Build Community
Encourage personal relationships and fun into the mix to encourage longevity, mentorship, and prevent burnout.


5. Hold Elected Officials Accountable
Our Political Action activists will continue to show up at public meetings, send emails, make phone calls and show up at their public offices to remind our elected officials of their duties to protect us Constitutionally, to fight for our liberties, smaller government, and promote free markets solutions.


Goals: 2019
1. Connect with current Libertarian & NPA voters in Hillsborough seeking out fellow Activist and Donors.
A. Door to door Canvassing
B. Phone calling
C. Mailers ( postcards)
D. Outreach Socials
E. Educational events

2. Raising $9,300
Long term this $4,650 is our quarterly goal. In 2019 we will raise it at least twice.


3. Equipping Activists
Training with fun activities.
A. Canvassing Competitions
B. Rant Nites for speaking
C. Continue seeking 200,000 petition signatures to put 2 FL Constitution Revisions on the 2020 Ballot (re: Red Light Cameras and 60 % voter approval to add toll to existing roads).


4. Build Community
Encourage personal relationships and fun into the mix to encourage longevity, mentorship, and prevent burnout.


5. Hold Elected Officials Accountable
Our Political Action activists will continue to show up at public meetings, send emails, make phone calls and show up at their public offices to remind our elected officials of their duties to protect us Constitutionally, to fight for our liberties, smaller government, and promote free markets solutions.


6. CANDIDATES
Begin seeking potential Libertarian candidates for 2020 elections.


Goals: 2020
1. Connect with current NPA voters in Hillsborough seeking out fellow Activist and Donors.
A. Door to door Canvassing
B. Phone calling
C. Mailers ( postcards)
D. Outreach Socials
E. Educational events

2. Raising $13,950
Long term this $4,650 is our quarterly goal. In 2020 we will raise it at least three times.


3. Equipping Activists
Training with fun activities.
A. Canvassing Competitions
B. Rant Nites for speaking
C. Continue seeking 200,000 petition signatures to put 2 FL Constitution Revisions on the 2020 Ballot (re: Red Light Cameras and 60 % voter approval to add toll to existing roads).


4. Build Community
Encourage personal relationships and fun into the mix to encourage longevity, mentorship, and prevent burnout.


5. Hold Elected Officials Accountable
Our Political Action activists will continue to show up at public meetings, send emails, make phone calls and show up at their public offices to remind our elected officials of their duties to protect us Constitutionally, to fight for our liberties, smaller government, and promote free markets solutions.


6. CANDIDATES
Continue Seeking potential Libertarian candidates and supporting those running in the 2020 elections.

From our Bylaws . . . 

Article II – STATEMENT OF PURPOSE, FUNCTIONS AND PRINCIPLES

Section 1. Purpose. The Mission of the LPHC is to defend and advance the causes of individual liberty, minimum government, and states’ constitutional powers by engaging in political action effecting the residents of Hillsborough County.

Section 2. Functions. The
PRIMARY FUNCTIONS of the LPHC are:

  1. to advance the Libertarian Party of Hillsborough County’s Principles in municipal and county government; and;
  2. to recruit and assist in the election of Libertarian candidates to state legislative and
    judicial offices affecting all or parts of Hillsborough County; and;
  3. to select and field LPHC delegates and alternate delegates to the annual business
    meeting of the LPF’s annual convention, hereinafter jointly referred to as “the state
    convention,” and;
  4. to recruit, nominate and elect candidates to all city, county, township, judicial, and
    town offices within Hillsborough County.

Section 3. Principles. The LPHC affirms the following principles:

That all people possess unalienable natural rights, and that among these are rights to life, liberty, justly acquired property, and self-governance.

That the only moral basis of government is the preservation and protection of unalienable natural rights.

That no person or institution, public or private, has the right to initiate the use of physical force, coercion, or fraud against another person, and that all people are bound, without contract to abstain from infringing upon the natural rights of other people.

That all people are entitled to choose their own lifestyles, so far as they do not forcibly impose their values on others.

That the voluntary and unrestricted exchange of goods and services is fundamental to a peaceful and harmonious society.