Libertarian National Committee (2004-2006)

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The Libertarian National Committee controls and manages the affairs, properties, and funds of the national Libertarian Party. During the 2004-2006 term it consisted of 18 members -- the four party officers, five at-large members, and nine regional representatives (along with alternates).

Members

2004-2006 Libertarian National Committee
Chair

Michael Dixon

Vice Chair

R. Lee Wrights

Treasurer

Mark Nelson

Secretary

Bob Sullentrup

At Large

Bette Rose Ryan

At Large

Bill Redpath

At Large

Michael Colley

At Large

Rick McGinnis

At Large

Mark W. Rutherford

Region 1 East

Dan Karlan

Region 1 East (altenate)

Mark Cenci

Region 1 West

Ed Hoch

Region 1 West (alternate)

Joseph P. Thompson

Region 2

M Carling

Region 2

Aaron Starr

Region 2 (first alternate)

Scott Lieberman

Region 2 (second alternate)

Mark Hinkle

Region 2 (second alternate)

Mark Whitley

Region 2 (second alternate)

Richard Burke

Region 3

Dena Bruedigam

Region 3 (alternate)

Emily Salvette

Region 4

Michael Gilson

Region 4 (alternate)

Chris Farris

Region 4 (alternate)

Trevor Southerland

Region 5 East

Jim Lark

Region 5 East (alternate)

Chuck Moulton

Region 5 West

Jeremy Keil

Region 5 West (alternate)

Tony Ryan

Region 6

George Squyres

Region 6 (alternate)

Tim Hagan

On 17 May 2005, Region 2 second alternate Mark Hinkle was replaced by Mark Whitley.

On 23 June 2005, Trevor Sutherland replaced Region 4 alternate Chris Farris.

On 8 July 2005, Richard Burke replaced Region 2 second alternate Mark Whitley.

Meetings

Date Location
31 May 2004 (post-convention) Atlanta, Georgia
14-15 August 2004 Cleveland, Ohio
13-14 November 2004 Crystal City, Virginia
26-27 February 2005 Portland, Oregon
14-15 May 2005 Dallas, Texas
6-7 August 2005 Kansas City, Missouri
12-13 November 2005 Baltimore, Maryland
11-12 March 2006 Charlotte, North Carolina
30 June 2006 (pre-convention) Portland, Oregon

Preceded by:
Libertarian National Committee (2002-2004)
Libertarian National Committee
2004-2006
Succeeded by:
Libertarian National Committee (2006-2008)