Brian Waddell

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Brian William Waddell
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Vice Chair
Libertarian Party of New York
with Jim Rosenbeck (2016—2018)
and Shawn Hannon (2018—present)
April 2016—present
Predecessor: Christian Padgett
Successor: Incumbent
Political Director
Libertarian Party of New York
2017—January 7, 2018
Predecessor: John Clifton
Successor: Rich Purtell
Personal Details
Party: Libertarian Party

Brian William Waddell is an American writer, photographer, Libertarian Party activist and current Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of New York, having been elected in 2016. He was the 2017 Libertarian Party Candidate for Manhattan Borough President.

Political campaigns

2016 Alex Merced for U.S. Senate Campaign

Brian Waddell Started as the communications director for Alex Merced's U.S. Senate campaign, then later was promoted to campaign manager. He helped coordinate most of the campaign events and trips. Brian proved his dedication to the campaign when during an auction at a Syracuse campaign stop he auctioned off the shirt off his back for several hundred dollars which was livestreamed from the Liberty Memes Facebook page.

2017 Campaign for Manhattan Borough President

In 2017, Brian went from campaign manager to candidate as he runs to become the next Borough President of Manhattan. His platform focuses on the lack of power of the office and the waste of its 4 million dollar budget, which can be saved if the office of Borough President was abolished.

2018 Larry Sharpe for Governor Campaign

In 2017, Waddell became the Campaign Manager for Larry Sharpe's gubernatorial campaign.

Organizational Positions

Libertarian Party of New York
  • Vice Chair (2016—present)
  • Political Director (2017—January 7, 2018)
  • At-Large Committee Member (2012—2016)
  • Elections Campaign Committee Chair (2015—2016)
Manhattan Libertarian Party
  • Political Director (2017—present)
  • Chair (January 2014—March 2016)
  • Director of Media Relations (January 2013-January 2014)

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