Welcome to The Manhattan Libertarian Party

For Immediate Release

Contact: Ron Litchman, MLP Chair, 646-397-8439

News from

The 2017 NYC Libertarian Party Campaigns

 NYC – August 10, 2017 – As the petitioning season enters its “home stretch,” our candidates’ campaigns continue to add to the signatures they need for ballot access, expecting to submit petitions far in excess of the minimums required . . . a forceful show of strength.  Join them by downloading the petition forms (click links below), signing the petitions, have them witnessed, and mail them back to us at “Petitions for Liberty New York,” The Manhattan Libertarian Party, P.O. Box 1123, LIBERTY, NEW YORK 12754 –

Aaron Commey, for Mayor (Manhattan-at-Large, Manhattan residents outside council districts 2 or 4 below)

Devin Balkind, for Public Advocate

Alex Merced, for Comptroller

Brian Waddell, for Manhattan Borough President

Rebecca Harary, for City Council, from District 4  (Map: Upper East Side to Stuy-Town . . . petition)

Don Garrity, for City Council, from District 2 (Map: Lower East Side, East Village, Kips Bay . . . petition)

Manhattan Chapter Chair Ron Litchman said, “New York’s Libertarians have fielded a slate of candidates who see – as incumbents and career candidates never do — where a smaller, smarter, more efficient, less regulatory, less burdensome City government can better serve the needs of New Yorkers, while restoring respect for their personal freedom and their individual responsibility.

           “Our candidates, and our party, will carry this positive, issues-oriented, solution-based campaign to our fellow New Yorkers, and show them what effective City government can be, a City government that, for once, New Yorkers can be proud of.”



The Manhattan Libertarian Party campaigns for smaller, limited government, restrained fiscal policy, personal choice and individual responsibility, tolerance, and a disciplined foreign policy.

For current content and news —

  • The Rising Tide of 2016 The “Two Majors” having chosen their presidential candidates — alarming many and disappointing many more — disaffected Republicans and Democrats are looking away, looking for another way . . . a third way . . . a Third Party . . . a candidate who is neither the embodiment of the entrenched, rigged, politics-as-usual Establishment, nor a loose-lipped loose cannon.  The major media is catching on.  At “The Rising Tide” we track the crescendo of major media mentions of the Libertarian Party and our candidates.
  • Serf City News:  the classic MLP publication of legacy editorial content

Run for office . . . Yes, you can

Let’s get together — the MLP meets the Second Tuesday each month, at 7pm, at the Ukrainian East Village Restaurant, 140 Second Avenue, between 9th Street and St. Mark’s Place . . . and informally gathers for “Liberty Happy Hour” on the Fourth Tuesday each month, 7pm, at the Manhattan Fitzpatrick Hotel, Lexington Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets (at the rear, opposite the bar) . . . visit http://www.meetup.com/NY-Libertarians/  for updates.