Yes, but I don't think most people would vote for it.
This is a trend in many countries, forming libertarian parties and groups.
I can tell that it mostly fails, although having a party do assist to promote the agenda and unifying a group and community.
In my country, the NGOs, among the libertarian group, is influencing much more than small parties who never cross the minimal voting needed.
The NGO have assemblies, and is inviting parlament members, and is penetrating much deeper, and influencing the public speach.
NGO is the thing
PS From an NGO, it is easier to skip forward into the parlament, or changing a close party into more a libertarian direction.