Who We Are
How do You Become a Member
Qualification for membership in the LPSF is simple - anyone who pays the annual membership fee and signs the non-initiation of force statement is a member (unless prohibited for cause). All members of the LPSF are automatically members of the Central Committee. Central Committee members have one vote in our general meetings, if present. Central Committe members are eligible to become officers and directors of the LPSF.
The LPSF currently has four elected officers,
What is the "Non-Initiation of Force" Pledge
"I do not believe in or advocate the initiation of force as a means of achieving political or social goals."
Our Mission Statement
The Libertarian Party of San Francisco promotes the core principles of libertarianism by supporting legislation, political candidates, and causes that encourage individualism, individual rights, limited government, free markets, creative production of goods and services, and peace. We do this based on our conviction that these core principles are the vehicles for freedom, peace and prosperity for all peoples. We focus primarily on local events, but will take action when state or national developments threaten the individual liberties of San Franciscans.