Libertarian National Committee (2006-2008)

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The Libertarian National Committee controls and manages the affairs, properties, and funds of the national Libertarian Party. During the 2006-2008 term it consisted of 18 members -- the four party officers, five at-large members, and nine regional representatives (along with alternates).

Members

Libertarian National Committee
as of 17 February 2008
Chair

Bill Redpath

Vice Chair

Chuck Moulton

Treasurer

Aaron Starr

Secretary

Bob Sullentrup

At Large

Pat Dixon

At Large

Michael Colley

At Large

Jeremy Keil

At Large

Angela Keaton

At Large

Dan Karlan

Region 1 Representative

Tony Ryan

Region 1 Alternate

Julia Fox

Region 2 Representative

M Carling

Region 2 Representative

Mark Hinkle

Region 2 Alternate

Scott Lieberman

Region 2 Alternate

Mark Johnson

Region 3 Representative

Emily Salvette

Region 3 Alternate

Rebecca Sink-Burris

Region 4 Representative

Bob Barr

Region 4 Alternate

Stewart Flood

Region 5 Representative

Jim Lark

Region 5 Alternate

Steve Damerell

Region 6 Representative

Wes Benedict

Region 6 Alternate

Nancy Neale

Region 7 Representative

Hardy Machia

Region 7 Alternate

Eric Sundwall

Past members during this time period

Meetings

Date Location
3 July 2006 (post-convention) Portland, Oregon
19-20 August 2006 Denver, Colorado
11-12 November 2006 Alexandria, Virginia
16 March 2007 Orlando, Florida
21-22 July 2007 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
8-9 December 2007 Charleston, South Carolina
17 February 2008 Las Vegas, Nevada
22 May 2008 (pre-convention) Denver, Colorado

Staff

Executive Director Robert Kraus (acting)
Political Director Sean Haugh
Operations Director Robert Kraus
Development Louise Calise
Special Projects Edward Wilson
Volunteer Coordinator Austin Petersen

Former Staff

Shane Cory, executive director
Elisabeth Brooks, volunteer coordinator


Preceded by:
Libertarian National Committee (2004-2006)
Libertarian National Committee
2006-2008
Succeeded by:
Libertarian National Committee (2008-2010)