The Libertarian Party of Maine is committed to America’s heritage of freedom:
- Individual liberty and personal responsibility
- A free-market economy of abundance and prosperity
- A foreign policy of non-intervention, peace, and free trade
- A responsible handling of taxpayer dollars
- A commitment to the Non-Aggression Principle
As Libertarians, we defend each person’s right to engage in any activity, as long as they don’t violate the rights of others, and we welcome the diversity that freedom brings.
We seek a world of liberty; a world in which all individuals control their own lives and are never forced to compromise their values or sacrifice their property.
We believe that no conflict exists between civil order and individual rights and that individuals, groups, or governments should not initiate force against other individuals, groups, or governments.
John Andrews, Maine State Representative, District 73 (Buckfield, Hebron, Paris)
Allen Esposito, Hampden Town Council
Jim Baines, RSU 22 (Hampden, Winterport, Newburgh, Frankfort) Board of Directors
Jim Baines, Hampden, chair
Harrison Kemp, Old Town, vice chair
Tyler Rowe, Bangor, secretary
Shawn Levasseur, Rockland, treasurer
Donn Chamberlin, Plymouth
Jared Gilbert, Fayette
Bonnie Young, Argyle
Chris Lyons, Cumberland (position to be vacated this year)
Marc Tabor, Sagadahoc
Andrew Gardner, Lincoln
Forrest Dale, Washington
Will Sampson, Oxford
Paul Corey, Androscoggin
Josh Arnone, Piscataquis
Kevin Tremblay, Somerset
Allen Esposito, Penobscot
Wyatt Ford, Waldo
We are currently looking to fill county chair roles in York, Cumberland, Knox, Hancock, Franklin, Aroostook and Kennebec counties. Please reach out to us for nominations, or if you’re interested in growing our party in your county.