National Convention 1979

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1979 Libertarian National Convention
Convention
Dates: 1979
Location: Los Angeles, California
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The 1979 Libertarian Party National Convention was held in Los Angeles California. The slogan was "Toward a Three-Party System."

Presidential and Vice-Presidential Nominations

Ed Clark and David H. Koch were nominated for U.S. President and Vice President. David Koch pledged $500,000 of his personal funds to the Libertarian campaign. The other main presidential candidate was Bill Hunscher.


LNC Elections

David Bergland was elected as national chair.

Mary Louise Hanson was elected as national vice-chair.

Dallas Cooley was elected as treasurer.

Sylvia Sanders was elected as secretary.


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