Arizona Libertarian Party

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Arizona Libertarian Party

 

Chairperson Michael Kielsky
Vice-Chair Michael Renzulli (1st Vice-Chair)
Eavid Euchner (2nd Vice-Chair)
Treasurer Joe Cobb
Warren Severin (Asst. Treas.)
Secretary David B. Schlosser
Ed Vallejo (Asst. Scty.)

LNC Region 1

Founded NA
Address 4802 E. Ray Rd., #23-255
Phoenix, AZ 85044
(602) 248-8425

Website http://www.azlp.org/
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History

The Arizona Libertarian Party has had a contentious, controversial history. For a time in the 1990s, there were two organizations claiming to be the official state party, one basing its claim on recognition by the national LP and the other on state laws governing the organization of recognized political parties given that the state LP had recently qualified for recognition. In the 2000 election, Arizona declined to endorse the party's presidential nominee, Harry Browne, instead putting L. Neil Smith on the ballot as its nominee.

Elections

See: Arizona Libertarian Party Historical Election Results

Party Registration

Voter registration statistics as reported by the Arizona Secretary of State except dehnbase.org/lpus/library/registration.html for 1984.

Year Registered
Voters
2016 31,358
2015 27,099
2014 26,589
2013 25,845
2012 22,086
2011 23,392
2010 24,382
2009 24,842
2008 18,153
2007 18,631
2006 17,446
2005 18,241
2004 18,261
2003 15,628
2002 14,259
2001 14,976
2000 12,576
1999 15,265
1998 17,466
1997
1996 18,418
1995
1994 7,574
1993
1992 5,299
1991
1990 4,632
1989
1988 4,937
1987
1986
1985
1984 3,965
1983
1982 3,721
1981
1980 2,839

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