If you don't know about the Libertarian party, or the Libertarian approach to government, then you've allowed yourself to be brainwashed by the GOP, DNC and media ('conservative' or 'liberal'). It's not for the weak mind, and requires you to actually define all levels of government and social structure from the perspective of individual freedom - in my interpretation of Libertarianism, you don't elect people to do conduct the matters of governance for you; you are required to be engaged in all aspects of your local government and its connections to all the surrounding and impacting 'governments' (ie., if your local area produces and sells to foreign countries, your local government dictates those terms, not DC or your state or your county). Some Libertarians would advocate that any type of law or institution (public or private) which impinges on personal freedom is unlawful. So think about a current corporate contract with a wireless provider - some to most of that contract would be null and void because it impinges on your individual rights as a human, whereas today's world sees corporate rights as more important than an individuals (hence all your personal data is for sale, even if you don't agree with how it is collected, to whom or how it is sold, or, better yet, that you not only pay a corporation for the right to use their service AND give them so much of your personal info, but they then can make money by selling your info - they get money at both ends, and you get taken at both ends).
Some good reading on the subject of Libertarianism:
Institute for Human Studies:https://theihs.org/home/who-we-are/what-is-libertarian/
Standard Encyclopedia of Philosophy:http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/libertarianism/
FAQ of Libertarianism:https://www.theadvocates.org/libertarianism-101/101-frequently-asked-questions/
I've been thinking and voting (when the candidate holds most of my Libertarian values) since 1978. Enjoy!