Libertarian Party of Iowa

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Libertarian Party of Iowa
General Information
Chartered: April 19, 1975
Region: 6
Officers
Chair: Keith Laube
Contact
Address: PO Box 7256
Des Moines, IA 50309
Website: Website
Social Media

The Libertarian Party of Iowa is the Iowa affiliate of the Libertarian Party

Leadership

Deputy Chair of Advocacy & Public Policy: Eric Cooper
Deputy Chair of Membership & Development: Keith Laube
Deputy Chair of Campaigns & Elections: vacant
At-Large Representative: Rose Maggie Field
At-Large Representative: Gary Sicard
District 1: CJ Flynn
District 2: Chris Peters
District 3: Casey Head
District 4: Lynne Gentry
District 5: vacant
Webmaster: Gary Sicard

Past Chairs

see List of Chairs of the Libertarian Party of Iowa

Other Past Officers and State Executive Committee Members

Vice Chair
Other

Wendy Applequist
Brett Blanchfield, district 3 (c. 2008)
Lorra Browne, secretary
Richard Campagna
Anne Chapman, district 2 (c. 2008)
James Clark, deputy chair of membership & development (c. 2006)
Heather Clark, at large (c. 2006), webmaster (c. 2006)
Eric Cooper, district 4 (c. 2008), deputy chair of advocacy & public policy (c. 2012)
James Dale
Paul Damon
David Davis
Bob Farnham
Rose Maggie Field, at large (c. 2012)
CJ Flynn, district 1 (c. 2012)
Lynne Gentry, district 4 (c. 2012)
Russ Gibson, district 3 (c. 2010)
Jason Gross, district 3 (c. 2006), deputy chair (campaigns & elections)
Casey Head, district 3 (c. 2012)
Randy Herod
Tim Hird, treasurer (c. 2005 - present)
Keith Laube, deputy chair of membership & development (c. 2012)
Kevin Litten, secretary (c. 2005 - present), deputy chair (membership & development)
Sean Martin
Christopher McDonald
Rich Moore
Rich Moroney, deputy chair (advocacy & public policy)
Mark Nelson, district 1 (c. 2006)
Jeremy Oehlert, district 5 (c. 2006)
Sylvia Olson
Tyler Pauly, district 4 (c. 2010)
Chris Peters, district 2 (c. 2012)
Rob Petsche, district 1 (c. 2010)
John Podgorniak
Jake Porter, at large (c. 2008)
James Roach, district 4 (c. 2006)
Michael Ryan
Tom Stanley, secretary
Chris Schwartz, webmaster (c. 2008)
Gary Sicard, district 2 (c. 2010), at large (c. 2012), webmaster (c. 2012)
Nick Taiber, district 1 (c. 2008), deputy chair of campaigns & elections (c. 2010)
Karen Tegtmeyer, at large (c. 2008 - c. 2010)
Pam Wagner, district 2 (c. 2006)
Nick Weltha, deputy chair of advocacy & public policy (c. 2008), at large (c. 2010), webmaster (c. 2010)
Lawrence Wittstruck
Ed Wright, deputy chair of campaigns & elections (c. 2006)
Tim Hird,treasurer
Kevin Litten,secretary

Affiliates

Iowa currently has nine county affiliates.

Awards

The Golden Crock Award

Elections

See: Libertarian Party of Iowa Historical Election Results

Size and Influence

Year Minimum
Unique
Voters
Registered
Voters

(Oct/Nov)
Signature
Members
(Dec)
LNC
Total Donors
2004 - 2016
Or
Active Members
1972 - 2003

(Dec)
2016 59,186 8,366 1,157 207
2015 1,027 119
2014 36,945 4,632 1,009 101
2013 990 127
2012 12,926 2,203 960 146
2011 906 123
2010 33,854 1,416 884 126
2009 861 132
2008 4,590 762 834 131
2007 (Nov) 790 (Nov) 116
2006 5,735 774 94
2005 714 153
2004 15,218 (Aug) 190
2003 194
2002 49,206 181
2001 267
2000 17,542 219
1999 200
1998 204
1997 167
1996 3,311 147
1995 85
1994 2,772 62
1993 44
1992 1,076 64
1991 57
1990 61
1989 64
1988 2,494 53
1987
1986
1985
1984 1,844
1983
1982 4,507
1981
1980 13,123
1979
1978 3,947
1977
1976 1,454
1975
1974
1973
1972

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