Arthur DiBianca


for U.S. Congress

Texas District 15


Arthur DiBianca lives in Austin, Texas. He has been a Libertarian activist for many years.

What is a Libertarian?

Libertarians believe you should be able to do whatever you want as long as you aren't infringing on the equal rights of others. Conflict in our society is caused by people trying to force their opinions onto others. Libertarians oppose using force to change people. It's okay to try to persuade others to change, but it's not okay to use government force. Live and let live.

Libertarians serve in hundreds of local offices across the nation and hope to serve in Congress one day.

"Vote Libertarian. Put pressure on Congress to downsize government across the board." -Arthur DiBianca

Arthur DiBianca


Legalize Marijuana

Congress has no business prohibiting marijuana. I want to legalize marijuana completely at the federal level.

Make Immigration Easier

Immigrants are friends, not enemies. Our current immigration laws are unjust and insane. Congress should make it much easier for foreigners to come live and work legally in the United States.

Cut Federal Spending Across the Board

The federal government spends way, way too much money. Congress should cut spending across the board. That means everything: military spending, entitlements like Social Security and Medicare, farm subsidies, foreign aid, and all the rest of it.

Texas Congressional District 15

Congressional District 15 is a long thin district that stretches from Guadalupe County (west of New Braunfels), down to the border of Mexico in McAllen, Hidalgo County.

Find more about the district at Ballotpedia and Wikipedia.

The Libertarian Party

With over 100 Libertarians holding elected office nationwide, the Libertarian Party stands as America's third-largest political party. Explore further at and to learn about our principles and candidates dedicated to individual liberty and limited government.

Arthur DiBianca testifying at the Texas Legislature (2023)

Bob King for District 21, Bailey Cole for District 28, and Arthur DiBianca for District 15