The primary purpose of the Libertarian Party of Hamilton County is to promote individual liberty and to eliminate the intervention of government in moral, social and economic affairs.
The Libertarian Party of Hamilton County affirms the following principles:
1. That all people possess certain unalienable natural rights, and that among these are rights to life, liberty, justly acquired property, and self-governance.
2. That the only moral basis of government is the preservation and protection of unalienable natural rights.
3. 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.
4. That all people are entitled to choose their own lifestyles, as long as they do not forcibly impose their values on others.
5. That the voluntary and unrestricted exchange of goods and services is fundamental to a peaceful and harmonious society.
The primary functions of the Libertarian Party of Hamilton County are:
To promote liberty and freedom for everyone.
To recruit, nominate and elect candidates to all city, county, township, judicial, and town offices within Hamilton County.
To assist the LPIN in the recruitment, nomination and election of candidates to state legislative and judicial offices affecting all or parts of Hamilton County.
To select and field LPHC delegates and alternate delegates to the annual business meeting of the LPIN’s annual convention, hereinafter jointly referred to as “the state convention.”