Libertarian Party of Georgia

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Libertarian Party of Georgia
General Information
Chartered: 1972
Region: 2
Officers
Chair: Ted Metz
Vice Chair: Ryan Graham
Secretary: Amber Howell
Treasurer: Evan Durkovic
Executive Director: Nathan Wilson
Contact
Phone: (404) 888-9468
Address: PO Box 19959, Atlanta GA, 30325
Website: Website
Social Media
Facebook: Facebook

The Libertarian Party of Georgia is the Georgia affiliate of the Libertarian Party.

Executive Committee

Officers

At Large

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 4

District 5

Affiliates

Active

Inactive

Elections

See: Libertarian Party of Georgia Historical Election Results

Past Officers, Committee Members, and Other Contacts

Chair
Vice Chair
Secretary
Treasurer
Other

Christine Austin, membership director
Nelson Barnhouse, representative (district 7)
Dawn Beene, fundraising director
Aleq Boyle, representative (district 10)
Philip Bradley, fundraising director, representative (district 5)
Frederick N. Brier, publications director
David Brookshire, affiliate development director, representative (district 4)
Pat Brookshire, publications director
Jason Butler, political director, representative district 6)
Tracee Carlisle, representative (district 5)
David Center, representative (districts 11 and 12)
Tom Chernetsky, membership director, representative (at large)
Kevin Cherry, representative (district 8)
Chad Colopy, representative (at large)
David Corr, representative (district 3)
Bill Costa, legislation director
Doug Craig, membership director
Chris Crawford, representative (district 7)
Rick Day, legislation director
Dave Dellinger, press secretary
Dave Depriest, representative (district 6)
Chad Elwartowski, representative (district 9)
Chris Farris, representative (district 7)
Dr. Helmut Forren, chair, vice chair, representative (at large)
Tom Freese, publications director
Denise Frix, representative (district 4)
Herbie Galloway, representative (district 8)
Jason Gibson, representative (district 11)
Garrett Michael Hayes, vice chair
Brian Hedrick, representative (districts 7 and 9)
Guy H. Hardigree, representative (district 5)
Lee Hunt, representative (district 3)
Thomas Johnson, affiliate development director, representative (at large)
Doyle Jones, secretary, representative (district 4)
Todd King, representative (district 13)
David M. Kornbluh, representative (district 6)
Lynn Krogseng, volunteer coordinator
Paul MacGregor, political director
Michael Mealling, representative (district 11)
Lance Mortenson, representative (district 6)
Mark Mosley, executive director
Chris Parker, representative (district 11)
Wayne Parker, treasurer, secretary
Ginny Peary, representative (district 5)
Mike Powers, press secretary
Jason Pye, at-large representative
Randy Reynolds ("Big Randy for little government"), representative (districts 10 and 11)
Tim Saari, representative (district 10)
Ben Scherrey, representative (district 6)
Don Schiff, campus outreach director
Ted Skirvin, representative (district 11)
Mark Solomon, representative (district 5)
Trevor Southerland, affiliate development director
Bill Tepper, treasurer, representative (at large)
Tony Trauring, representative (district 4)
John Turcotte, representative (district 6)
Scott Turner, representative (district 7)
Bob Wamsley, representative (district 4)
Barry Wearne, representative (district 13)
Brett Wilcox, representative (district 5)
Dick Withington, representative (at large)
Russell Young, representative (district 6)

Former Employees

Executive Director

Size and Influence

Year Minimum
Unique
Voters
Minimum
Percent
Of Voters
Signature
Members
(Dec)
Signature
Members
Per
Million
Population
LNC
Total Donors
2004 - 2016
Or
Active Members
1972 - 2003

(Dec)
LNC Donors
Per
Million
Population
State Rank
Of Total LNC
Donors
(Of 51)
2017 5,944 570 440 42.19 12
2016 1,200,076 28.81% 6,297 611 653 63.33 12
2015 5,919 579 331 32.40 12
2014 710,408 27.36% 5,850 579 381 37.73 11
2013 5,793 580 437 43.72 10
2012 1,095,115 27.94% 5,694 574 461 46.48 10
2011 5,546 565 431 43.92 11
2010 124,547 4.75% 5,510 567 515 53.01 10
2009 5,439 565 494 51.35 11
2008 1,076,726 27.32% 5,305 558 667 70.17 6
2007 5,025 537 535 57.22 10
2006 106,215 4.95% 4,919 537 483 52.75 4
2005 4,538 508 753 84.36 5
2004 103,377 3.12% (Aug) 1,066 121.56 4
2003 969 112.38 4
2002 104,290 5.13% 1,219 143.27 3
2001 1,574 187.89 2
2000 135,888 5.06% 1,959 238.11 2
1999 1,511 194.01 6
1998 79,174 4.30% 1,192 156.09 6
1997 756 100.99 11
1996 81,875 3.45% 607 82.79 13
1995 305 42.43 16
1994 301,416 19.50% 229 32.50 16
1993 189 27.41 16
1992 84,777 3.67% 230 34.03 16
1991 158 23.86 17
1990 196,197 13.53% 124 19.06 21
1989 108 16.85 20
1988 64,509 3.56% 81 12.82 20
1987
1986
1985
1984 159 0.01%
1983
1982 425 0.04%
1981
1980 15,627 0.98%
1979
1978 213 0.03%
1977
1976 175 0.01%
1975
1974 4 0.00%
1973
1972 23 0.00%

External links


Libertarian Party of Georgia
Affiliates: AthensAtlantaAugusta-RichmondCamdenCherokeeCobbHenryForsythGradyGriffinLake HartwellKennesaw State UniversityNorthwest GeorgiaSavannah
Other: Election Results



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