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Operation Politically Homeless

OPH: The Best Tool for Growing the Libertarian Movement

Operation Politically Homeless (OPH) from the Advocates for Self-Government is one of the most effective and widely-praised outreach tools in the Liberty Movement.

OPH empowers libertarian activists with everything they need to easily set up eye-catching outreach booths that entice passers-by to take the World’s Smallest Political Quiz and encounter libertarian ideas. Tens of thousands of Americans have been exposed to the ideas of a new political map thanks to OPH. Thousands have become libertarians, thanks to Operation Politically Homeless!

And another great thing about OPH — it is FUN! Over and over again, users tell us how much fun they have with OPH. It’s a great outreach activity for new libertarians and veterans alike.

Each OPH Kit provides everything you need to supply a booth, including banners, posters, Quiz cards and even how-to training materials, so it’s a snap to run a libertarian outreach program at your next big event — just add volunteers!

Want to learn more? Everything you need to know about running an Operation Politically Homeless booth is available in the OPH Training Manual.

Who doesn’t need a checklist to ensure they have all the necessary components for a successful OPH outreach event? Make sure you print off a copy of this checklist before you head to your next event.

Get started with your successful outreach right away — order your OPH Kit today!

FREE OFFER FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS: If you are a college student, you can qualify for an OPH at no cost to you! Find out how here.

“An incredibly successful tool!”

Libertarian Leaders and Activists Praise OPH

“Every libertarian club or chapter should have at least one Operation Politically Homeless booth, and maybe more than one. And they should use them — all the time!” — Ron Crickenberger, former National Libertarian Party Campaign Director

“Operation Politically Homeless… probably uncovered more budding young libertarians in one day than we’ve found in the entire past year.” — Libertarian Association of Massachusetts newsletter

“Folks, OPH has got to be one of the best PR devices ever invented! We signed up new members and made lots of friends. The neatest thing about OPH is that it works so well, and it’s just so much fun for everybody.” — Dave Tartaglia, Pennsylvania

“At least twice, maybe three times, we actually chased people away to close the booth. We said, ‘I’m sorry, we’ll come back next month, but we gotta go.’ And we’d just start folding up, and there’s still be people standing there, still waiting to take the Quiz.” — George Schwappach, Texas

“I’ve done several OPH booths now and I am still amazed at how easy it is to get even shy volunteers to come out of their shells and invite people in to take the Quiz.” — Allan Wallace, Founder, Outright Libertarians

“I could not believe the number of people who stopped at our booth! There were so many that I barely got a chance to sit down. I saw many faces light up with understanding.” — Elle Spertus, Massachusetts

“OPH is great. Unlike the other political booths, we had something that intrigued people — they wanted to see and take the Quiz, they wanted to see where they stood politically on the chart. OPH is a great, great tool to have — a great way to discover new libertarians!” — Beth Morgan, Georgia

“Operation Politically Homeless, from the Advocates for Self-Government, is an incredibly successful tool… It is based on the Nolan chart, and it shows people that politics go beyond left and right.” — Kimberly Crawley, Ontario (Canada) Libertarian Party

“Operation Politically Homeless… probably uncovered more budding young libertarians in one day than we’ve found in the entire past year.” — Libertarian Association of Massachusetts newsletter

“The OPH booth was a big hit. Numerous people stated that it was the most interesting exhibit on the grounds that day.” — Carl Wimmer, Kentucky

“Several people came up [at a home-schooling convention] and said, ‘You have the most interesting table here!’” — Virginia Flynn, Morganville, New Jersey