East Bay Libertarian Party

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East Bay Libertarian Party
General Information
Jurisdiction: Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, California
Status: Defunct

The East Bay Libertarian Party was a regional affiliate of the Libertarian Party of California.

It included Alameda and Contra Costa counties. It still operates as a sort of umbrella group for the current county affiliates for those counties.

Its newsletter was Libertarian Lifeline, published since approximately 1978.

History

Region Numbers

Alameda and Contra Costa counties together constituted Region 1 of the Libertarian Party of California in the numbering system in which regions generally corresponded to counties.

These two counties constituted Region 6 in the earlier 20-region numbering system.

Past Officials, Staff, and Other Contacts

Ken Barnes, treasurer (c. 1999)
Jason Beeler, Contra Costa County vice chair (c. 1999)
Terry L. Floyd, Alameda County vice chair (c. 1999), secretary (c. 1995), treasurer (c. 1995), newsletter editor (c. 1995)
Mimi Ji, secretary (c. 1999)
Frank Manske, chair (c. 1999)
Marion McEwen, chair (c. 1995)
Wayne Nygren, executive committee representative (c. 1999)
Jeffrey Sommer, vice chair for Alameda (c. 1995)

External Link



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