Libertarian Party of Alaska

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Libertarian Party of Alaska
Region: 1
Officers
Chair: Jon Watts
Vice Chair: Randy Stevens
Secretary: Cean Stevens
Treasurer: Cean Stevens
Contact
Address: 200 W. 34th Ave # 543
Anchorage, AK 99503
Website: Website
Social Media
Facebook: Facebook

Libertarian Party of Alaska is the Alaska affiliate of the Libertarian Party.

Election History

The Alaska Libertarian party has had some electoral success. At the state level, Dick Randolph was elected to the House in 1978 and re-elected in 1980, Ken Fanning was also elected to the House in 1980, and Andre Marrou was elected to the House in 1984. In the 2010 elections, Scott Kohlhaas received 30% of the vote in a two-way race for state House. At the local level, Sara Chambers was elected to the Juneau city assembly in 2006, and Richard Robb currently serves on the Bethel City Council, winning his election in 2009.

Executive Committee

Leadership (2017)

Past Officials and Staff

Chair
Vice Chair
Secretary
Treasurer
Executive Director
Communications Director
Fundraising Director
Membership Director
Other

Affiliates

Conventions

  • 1973 - 1973 state conv Fairbanks 10 Feb, Hospers speaker
  • 1974 - 1974 Alaska convention, Anchorage 3 April 1974
  • 1977 - 1977 -- 29 April - 1 May; Bill Rickenbacker, son of Captain Eddie Rickenbacker was a speaker
  • 1980 - 1980 convention in Anchorage speakers Ed Clark, Eugene McCarthy

Elections

See: Alaska Libertarian Party Historical Election Results

Size and Influence

Year Minimum
Unique
Voters
Minimum
Percent
Of Voters
Registered
Voters

(Oct/Nov)
Percent
of
Registered
Voters
Signature
Members
(Dec)
Signature
Members
Per
Million
Population
LNC
Total Donors
2004 - 2016
Or
Active Members
1972 - 2003

(Dec)
LNC Donors
Per
Million
Population
State Rank
Of Total LNC
Donors
(Of 51)
2017 7,561 1.44% 710 960 91 123.01 39
2016 90,825 28.27% 7,557 1.43% 708 954 92 124.01 41
2015 7,461 1.46% 671 909 57 77.19 39
2014 21,290 7.46% 7,182 1.41% 666 904 66 89.58 39
2013 7,457 1.51% 650 882 66 89.52 41
2012 15,028 4.98% 7,719 1.52% 643 880 69 94.38 41
2011 8,093 1.64% 629 871 65 89.96 43
2010 2,682 1.03% 8,984 1.81% 628 880 63 88.25 42
2009 8,914 1.83% 624 893 61 87.28 42
2008 2,483 0.76% 6,926 1.39% 613 892 71 103.28 40
2007 8,209 1.72% 602 885 75 110.25 38
2006 4,029 1.69% 8,787 1.88% 596 883 55 81.45 38
2005 9,436 2.05% 573 859 100 149.94 36
2004 7,157 2.28% 7,258 1.53% (Aug) 122 185.05 36
2003 7,409 1.59% 121 186.61 36
2002 3,797 1.63% 7,228 1.57% 115 179.03 39
2001 7,194 1.57% 137 216.19 37
2000 4,802 1.67% 6,871 1.45% 130 207.02 40
1999 6,752 1.49% 139 224.37 39
1998 5,046 2.22% 3,226 0.71% 127 206.44 43
1997 109 179.03 40
1996 2,276 0.93% 89 147.13 42
1995 57 94.79 40
1994 1,041 0.48% 62 103.23 35
1993 50 83.75 35
1992 1,378 0.53% 59 100.50 37
1991 70 122.96 32
1990 91 164.52 29
1989 61 111.48 33
1988 5,484 2.70% 63 116.24 26
1987
1986 4,253 2.33%
1985
1984 6,378 2.99% 1,282 0.42%
1983
1982 29,067 14.57%
1981
1980 19,317 11.88%
1979
1978 7,722 5.94%
1977
1976 6,785 5.30%
1975
1974 55 0.06%
1973
1972 68 0.07%

External Links


Alaska Libertarian Party
Affiliates: AnchorageDillinghamMatanuska-SusitnaFairbanks North StarKenai Peninsula
Former affiliates: Sitka
Conventions: 1973197419771980
Other: Election Results


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