Interested in running for office?

We need qualified and dedicated candidates to carry the message of free markets and free people to the voters of Polk County.

In 2021, non-partisan municipal and school board elections will be held. There will be no party affiliation on tickets, but we still like to hear from Libertarians interested in running for these local offices.

In 2022, state offices and county supervisors will be on the ballot. Libertarians interested in running for office will need to file nomination papers early in 2022. If you are interseted in running, we would like to meet you . We encourage you to attend meetings of the Polk County Libertarians starting now and help us grow the party that the party has more strength to promote candidates.

If you’re ready to run, or even considering it, please fill out this form and a nember of our candidate recruitment team will contact you right away.

Thank you for standing for liberty!

Please Note: Due to a law effective with the 2020 elections, Libertarians seeking to run on the party ticket must have their nomination papers for state- and federal-level offices turned in by March 13, 2020. For county-level offices, nomination papers are due by March 20, 2020. It is not too early to be thinking of running for local office or school board, non-partisan offices, in 2021 or for state offices in 2022.