About the CLP

The Citizens Liberty Party.

The CLP is organized into 250 metro regional chapters, whose leadership is drawn from the local Leadership Alliance.

The local political units organize elections and policies that serve citizens in each region.

The efforts of the regional chapters are coordinated at the national level by the CLP National Party Headquarters, to be located in Dallas, Texas.

The other organizational departments of the CLP will be located in different metro regions, primarily in the South and mid western states.

The mission of the Citizens Liberty Party is to lead a national political movement that protects natural rights and restores the rule of law, after 8 years of Obama’s lawless regime.

The CLP is founded on the bedrock principle expressed by Jefferson in the Declaration that the purpose of government is to protect the natural rights of citizens and to defend the sovereignty of the nation from external and internal enemies, like the socialists.

When you join the CLP, you will be asked to volunteer to work on one of the local political committees in you home community.

After the election, you may be asked to provide feedback to the elected representative on job performance and promises made during the campaign.

After you join the CLP, you will be able to fill in a form to select your committee assignment.

After you join the CLP, you will also be asked to fill in your membership in your local committee of correspondence, which connects you local CLP chapter to other local CLP chapters.

The overall, big-picture goal of politics for the CLP is to win representation on local city councils, in the state legislature, and in the U. S. Congress during the interim period of time between the current structure of government and the new structure of government, after the citizens of California creat their own nation state.

One important policy goal is to help citizens in California create their own new socialist state, and then help socialists in other states move to California. All levels of government in the interim period of time will attempt to promote the initiative of citizens in California to form their own nation state.

A second important goal is to provide a political organization that supports President Trump in his efforts to drain the swamp.

Regular annual membership dues are $25.

Citizens who want to be local leaders in the CLP may join the Local Leadership Alliance. Members of the Leadership Alliance manage and supervise the work of the local committees. The annual dues of the Leadership Alliance is $100.

The organizational website for the CLP is at www.citizenslibertyparty.com. The membership application is available at the website.