I gotta chuckle.
During the mid-1980s I served a while as the North/Central Texas Libertarian Party Chairman. That chapter consisted of three people. I earned the honor of being elected chairman by being the only one of the three either of the others could find any area of mutual agreement with.
One drove down from Granbury, the other from Dallas. We met in a cafe in Leander one evening to discuss our party strategy. How we were going to overwhelm all those Democrats and Republicans in Texas.
The party broke up on rocky shores when the manager of the restaurant asked us to leave because my two constituents got too loud shouting at one another over nuances of doctrine.
Likely the Libertarian Party of Texas has a lot more members now, provided they keep a lot of distance between themselves and only talk over phones, where they can hang up on one another.