Connect

Without a doubt, the best way to get connected with Maryland Libertarians is to become a Libertarian.  Our younger members should also check out the Young Libertarians of Maryland, by contacting YLM Director David Sgambellone email hidden; JavaScript is required

But whether you do that or not, we hope you’ll want to use your favorite social network(s) to meet other Maryland Libertarians and keep up to date with the party’s major activities.  

Maryland is not a huge state when measured in square miles, but it’s a long way from Deep Creek Lake to Ocean City.  Fortunately, if you’re on Facebook or Twitter, you can “like” and “follow” us to get acquainted with a statewide network of like-minded people.  We’ll even throw in a wide range of libertarian news and commentary.

You can also view quality libertarian videos on our YouTube channel, where we feature videos from our own candidates and a host of other libertarian organizations.  Don’t forget to subscribe if you want notice whenever we post a new video!

If you’d rather receive information about the Maryland LP by e-mail, you can sign up for one or more of our listserv groups.  The MDLP-A list is a low-volume announcement list for Maryland libertarians.  Generally, no more than ten posts per month will be made to this list.  Messages will inform libertarians of upcoming meetings, events, and political activism.  This is the state party’s official listserv for all e-mail announcements, so please make sure you’re on it!  All you need to do is send a blank e-mail to email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Historically, there have been other listserv groups to which many Maryland Libertarians have belonged, but recently they have been eclipsed by other technologies, especially social media websites.  If you are interested, however, you may wish to investigate the following Yahoo! Groups:

  • The md-lib list is a discussion list for Maryland libertarians.  It is used for general discussion, questions about policy, activities, etc. for Maryland Libertarians.  The list is privately owned, and its content and control are independent of the Maryland LP.
  • The md-lib-News list is a general news feed list of possible libertarian interest in the Maryland area.  The list is privately owned, and its content and control are independent of the Maryland LP.
  • The bclp-discuss list is a discussion list for Baltimore City/County libertarians.  It is used for general discussion, questions about policy, activities, etc. for Baltimore City/County Libertarians.
  • The hc-lp list is a discussion list for Harford County libertarians.  It is used for general discussion, questions about policy, activities, etc. for Harford County Libertarians.
  • The PGLP-A list a low-volume announcement list for Prince George’s County libertarians.  Generally, no more than ten posts per month will be made to this list.  Messages will inform libertarians of upcoming meetings, events, and political activism.
  • The SMLP-A list a low-volume announcement list for libertarians in Calvert County, Charles County, and St. Mary’s County.  Generally, no more than ten posts per month will be made to this list.  Messages will inform libertarians of upcoming meetings, events, and political activism.
  • The MCMDLibertarians list a low-volume announcement list for Montgomery County libertarians.  Generally, no more than ten posts per month will be made to this list.  Messages will inform libertarians of upcoming meetings, events, and political activism.
  • The WMLP-A list a low-volume announcement list for libertarians in Garrett County, Allegany County, and Washington County.  Generally, no more than ten posts per month will be made to this list.  Messages will inform libertarians of upcoming meetings, events, and political activism.
  • The College_Libertarians_of_Towson list is a low-volume announcement list.  Messages will inform college libertarians of upcoming meetings, events, and political activism.  To subscribe, send an email to email hidden; JavaScript is required with the body of the email saying: “subscribe clt-l” (That’s an L, not a 1.)