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Libertarian Party of Idaho

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Libertarian Party of Idaho
ChairpersonJinni Imhoff-Dousharm
Headquarters1421 Dearborn St., Caldwell, Idaho 83605
Cultural liberalism,
Classical liberalism
National affiliationLibertarian Party
Seats in the Upper House
0 / 35
Seats in the Lower House
0 / 70

The Libertarian Party of Idaho is the Idaho affiliate of the Libertarian Party. Although it currently has no representation in the Idaho Legislature, it is one of two minor political parties in Idaho which has ballot access. The party promotes securing personal and economic liberties as its top priorities.[1][2] The current state chair is Jinni Imhoff-Dousharm.[3]


The Libertarian Party of Idaho was established by D. Allen Dalton in 1975, when they first announced their run for office.[4] Generally, the Libertarian Party of Idaho has about twelve candidates run in each election cycle.[5]


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Taxes: The Idaho Libertarian Party believes in voluntary exchange. They believe in a system that allows citizens to choose to pay or not pay taxes without punishment from the government. The party argues that this provides everyone with enhanced economic freedom.[6]

Economics: All citizens should be allowed to sell goods and services openly in a free-market, which is believed to be the most effective for transcending citizens economically.[7]

Crime and Justice: Acts not including force or fraud against another individual or group should not be labeled as crimes or penalized.[8]

Gun Ownership: All citizens have a right to arm and defend themselves.[9]

Civil Liberties: All citizens should have the same rights. Regardless of the situation.[10]

Foreign Policy: Strive for peace with the world.[11]

Healthcare: Healthcare should be void of government interference.[12]

War on Drugs: Strive to end the war on drugs, because it has imprisoned millions of non-violent people and allowed gangs to gain economic growth on the black market.

Chairs of LPID

  • Jinni Imhoff-Dousharm (Present)[13]
  • Rob Oates (2006-2020)
  • Ted Dunlap (2004)
  • Ryan Davidson (2001-2002)
  • D. Allen Dalton (1975-1976)[14][15]

2000 Nominees for Office

United States House of Representatives, District 1: Ronald G. Wittig

United States House of Representatives, District 2: Donovan Bramwell

Presidential candidate:Harry Browne got 3,488 votes (0.70%)[16]

2002 Nominees for Offices

United States Senate: Donovan Bramwell

United States House of Representatives, District 1: Steve Gothard

United States House of Representatives, District 2: John A. Lewis

Gubernatorial: Daniel L.J. Adams

Lt. Governor: Michael J. Kempf

Secretary of State, Idaho: Ronald E. Perry

State Controller: Greg Nalder

State Treasurer: Sherwin M. Fellen

Superintendent of Public Instruction:Robbi L. Kier

2004 Nominees for Offices

Presidential candidate: Michael Badnarik got 3,844 votes (0.64%)[17]

2006 Nominees for Offices

United States House of Representatives, District 2: Ted Dunlap[18]

2008 Nominees for Offices

United States Senate: Kent A. Marmon[19]

Presidential candidate: Bob Barr got 3,658 votes (0.56%)[20]

2010 Nominees for Offices

United States House of Representatives, District 1: Mike Washburn[21]

2012 Nominees For Offices

United States House of Representatives, District 1: Rob Oates[22][23]

Presidential candidate: Gary Johnson received 9,453 votes (1.45%)[24]

2014 Nominees for Offices

Gubernatorial: John T. Bujack [25] received 17,884 votes (4.07%)[26]

2016 Nominees for Offices

Sierra Carta received 1,159 votes (6.96%) for State Senate District 29[27]

John Charles Smith received 1,656 votes (8.58%) for State Representative District 11 Seat B[28]

Christopher Jenkins received 889 votes (6.33%) for State Representative District 23 Seat B[29]

Presidential candidate: Gary Johnson received 28,331 votes 4.10% [30]

See also


  1. ^ "2018 Platform". Libertarian Party. 2018-07-11. Retrieved 2019-10-24.
  2. ^ "2018 Platform". Libertarian Party. 2018-07-11. Retrieved 2019-10-26.
  3. ^ "Libertarian Party of Idaho". Retrieved 2020-08-20.
  4. ^ "Search Results | Idaho Statesman Archives". Retrieved 2019-12-03.
  5. ^ "Libertarian Party of Idaho". Ballotpedia. Retrieved 2019-10-29.
  6. ^ "Taxes".
  7. ^ "The Economy".
  8. ^ "crime and justice".
  9. ^ "Gun Ownership".
  10. ^ "Civil Liberties".
  11. ^ "Foreign Policy".
  12. ^ "War on Drugs".
  13. ^ "Libertarian Party of Idaho". Retrieved 2020-08-20.
  14. ^ Idaho Statesman, 9 Apr. 1975, p. 26. NewsBank, Accessed 9 July 2018.
  15. ^ Idaho Statesman, One Star ed., 28 Oct. 1976, p. 7. NewsBank, Accessed 9 July 2018.
  16. ^ "2000 Primary Results US President". Retrieved 2017-05-15.
  17. ^ "2004 General Results statewide". Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  18. ^ "2006 General Results statewide". Archived from the original on 2009-10-08. Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  19. ^ "2008 General Results statewide". Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  20. ^ "2008 General Results US President". Retrieved 2017-05-15.
  21. ^ "2010 General Results statewide". Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  22. ^
  23. ^ rob, oates. "Official Campaign Web Site - Rob Oates". The Library of Congress. Retrieved 2017-04-04.
  24. ^ "2012 General Results US President". Retrieved 2017-05-15.
  25. ^ "Former SW Idaho prosecutor running for governor". KXLY. 2014-03-13. Retrieved 2017-04-04.
  26. ^ "Statewide Totals". Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  27. ^ "Legislative Totals". Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  28. ^ "Legislative Totals". Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  29. ^ "Legislative Totals". Retrieved 2017-04-17.
  30. ^ "President - by County". Retrieved 2017-05-15.

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