Broome County Libertarian Party

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Broome County Libertarian Party
General Information
Jurisdiction: Broome County, New York
Chartered: Early 1981
Dechartered: 1980s
Status: Defunct

Broome County Libertarian Party is a former local affiliate of the Libertarian Party of New York that existed in the early 1980s. In October 1980, a meeting was held at Stephens Square Tavern in Binghamton to discuss the formation of a Libertarian chapter in Broome County. Among those at the meeting were James McKeown and Edward Jowett. The chapter formed in early 1981 and by early 1984, their active membership had tripled.

Currently, Shawna Cole serves as Temporary County Chair in an attempt to revive the chapter.

Current leadership

Past leadership

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