He was decked out in a camo baseball hat and red polo, both emblazoned with his website's name.

But Conservatives Only has been around for a while.

It launched in 2012, although it has so far only amassed about 3,000 profiles.

With those users spread across the country, dating options are likely limited in many regions.

The site's founder, Craig Knight, had traveled from Lubbock, Texas, to man the booth at CPAC.

The annual Conservative Political Action Conference tends to draw a large crowd of college-age Republicans and has long been known as a party scene, where young conservatives can let loose.

So it wasn't surprising to find that the first booth past the door of the exhibition hall this year is "Conservatives Only," an online dating website strictly for those who lean right.

"We’ve made it easy and safe to meet fun, intelligent, conservative men and women," the website says, "looking for relationship experiences ranging from friendships and casual dating to a partner for life." This is hardly the only politically oriented dating website.

Last month, Bernie launched for people feeling the Bern.

"First you look at a person's picture, and you say either that guy is good looking or this girl is cute, and you end up going through their profile and you read it, and it doesn't particularly say anything about what their political leaning is.

Then you start emailing back and forth, and putting a lot of potential into that person, then find out that they're on the other side of the aisle, so to speak.

And immediately the person knows that it's not going to fit for them." The site allows users to look for anything from casual dating to long-term relationships, though most people who sign up are looking for something serious, Knight said.