Political Parties

The Community Organizations database provides information about Monroe County nonprofits and groups.



Bloomington Tea Party

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Website http://www.bloomingtonteaparty.com/
Email hoosierpatriot [at] comcast [dot] net
Description Tea Party Organizations Nationwide are supporting protests at this time. If you can't go, write a letter or call the local office to express your opinion. We support government integrity, fiscal responsibility and free markets.
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Updated October 27, 2011

Monroe County Republican Party

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Website http://www.monroecogop.com/
Phone 812-360-3743
Email monroerepublicans [at] gmail [dot] com
Description

This is the official Monroe County Republican Party. Please contact us for ways to get involved or with any questions!

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Updated September 24, 2014

Monroe County Democratic Party

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Website http://monroedems.org/
Contact Trent Deckard (Chair)
Phone 812-650-3996
Email information [at] monroedems [dot] org
Address 335 S. College Avenue.
Bloomington, IN 47403
Description

The right to chose who governs us is one of the most dearly held American traditions. It is the foundation of our system of government. It is also why the Monroe County Democratic Party believes that every voter is important in every election, and why our Party encourages every citizen to exercise his or her right to vote.

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Updated September 19, 2014

Libertarian Party of Indiana, Monroe County Chapter

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Website http://lpin.org/
Contact Luke Hilton (Chairman)
Phone (812) 345-9783
Email hiltonjl [at] umail [dot] iu [dot] edu
Address 1135 N Logan Road
Bloomington, IN
Description The mission of the Libertarian Party is to move public policy in a libertarian direction by electing candidates of the Libertarian Party to public office.
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Updated February 02, 2012
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