The Republican Liberty Caucus, founded in 1991, is a grassroots, nationwide organization affiliated with the Republican Party. The goal of the RLC is to return the Republican Party from its dismal days as the party of intrusive, nanny-state government to once again be the party of limited, constitutional government.
Our efforts on campus are no different. If you’re a student interested in limiting the size and scope of government, the RLC is here to support your efforts.
Our strategy for campus students is a “Big Tent” approach. We encourage liberty Republican students to join and become active with their College Republican group as well as joining their affiliated Students for Liberty or Young Americans for Liberty group.
The five-step plan for RLC campus activists includes:
(2) Hosting OPH booths at Republican events on campus or in your community. State and national Republican Party Conventions are particularly critical to complete outreach at;
(3) Spreading the word about the true principles of the Republican Party to College Republicans, and hopefully participating in the RLC’s Facebook network of grassroots, liberty-loving student activists;
(4) Becoming involved in a leadership position. Some ideas include joining a local campaign, becoming active in your campus Republican group, or becoming involved in your local/state Republican Party. In all of these positions, it is critical that you express your support for limited government, individual rights, and personal responsibility; and
(5) Becoming involved in your state RLC chapter.
Please contact our Campus Coordinator if you have additional questions or would like to become involved.
Some photos of RLC campus activists in action follow.
Judson Talbot and friends hold up a Ron Paul for President sign.
Steve Layton and Derek Glass inform a student about eminent domain abuse at Truman State University in Missouri.
’1990s photo of Stanford College Republicans with the late, great Milton Friedman.
College Republicans marching in Berkeley, California.