Libertarian Party of Kentucky

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Libertarian Party of Kentucky
General Information
Chartered: 1972
Region: 3
Officers
Chair: Dave Capano
Vice Chair: Bryan Short
Secretary: Cyrus Eckenberg
Treasurer: James Bozman
Contact
Address: P.O. Box 432, Independence, KY 41051
Website: Website
Social Media

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

LPKY Executive Committee Seats

The executive committee of the LPKY is mandated as follows, by the LPKY Bylaws and Constitution:

Past Officers and Committee Members

Chairs

Vice Chair

Others

Ken Moellman, District 4 Chair (c 2012)
Jon Bartels, district 3
George Baumler
Sherry Clark, secretary
Harlen Compton, district 2 (c. 2012)
Marsha Foster
Courtney Jung, secretary (2011-?)
Alan Handleman, secretary
James Patrick Haynes, treasurer
Matthew Holder, treasurer (2009-2013?)
Nick Karem, treasurer
Dennis Lacy
Steven F. Larson
Victoria Lee
Kurt Maddox
Bradley Monton
Dave Murphy, newsletter editor
Joseph Novak, secretary
Rebecca Novak, secretary
Bob Plunkett
Roger Schattilly, newsletter editor
James Stidham
Gerald Sullivan, MD
Mark C. Webster
Tom Wimmer, chair

Affiliates

Kentucky is broken down by Congressional district.

The following is a list of affiliates that comprise only one county:

Elections

The best result achieved in a 3-way race for US Congress in known history was the 2006 KY-4 US Congressional Race, in which Brian Houillion placed 3rd (of 3) with 4.9% (10,100 votes) of the popular vote.

The best result for United States Senate was achieved in 2014, in which David Patterson received around 45000 votes.

The best local result was in the State Treasurer's race in 2011, in which Ken Moellman received around 37000 votes.

See: Libertarian Party of Kentucky Historical Election Results

Size and Influence

Year Minimum
Unique
Voters
Minimum
Percent
Of Voters
Registered
Voters

(Oct/Nov)
Percent
of
Registered
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)
2018 9,099 0.27%
2017 8,153 0.24% 1,219 274 150 33.68 30
2016 53,752 2.75% 7,456 0.23% 1,309 295 180 40.57 33
2015 1,192 269 109 24.63 32
2014 44,240 3.03% 4,418 0.14% 1,160 263 108 24.47 31
2013 1,121 255 128 29.09 32
2012 17,063 0.94% 2,615 0.09% 1,071 244 129 29.43 33
2011 37,261 4.47% 1,006 230 110 25.17 33
2010 2,359 0.17% 1,661 0.06% 974 224 108 24.83 34
2009 943 218 111 25.71 33
2008 6,406 0.34% 997 0.03% 902 210 149 34.73 30
2007 838 197 111 26.08 34
2006 39,249 2.86% 341 0.01% 807 191 92 21.80 33
2005 711 170 115 27.49 33
2004 8,121 0.45% (Aug) 148 35.70 34
2003 132 32.06 33
2002 7,705 0.68% 145 35.45 35
2001 178 43.75 34
2000 12,644 0.81% 235 58.04 32
1999 220 55.54 32
1998 55 0.00% 213 54.14 32
1997 138 35.31 36
1996 8,595 0.61% 153 39.42 34
1995 104 26.98 32
1994 80 20.92 33
1993 52 13.71 34
1992 17,366 1.16% 70 18.64 34
1991 50 13.46 38
1990 40 10.83 38
1989 32 8.70 40
1988 2,118 0.16% 23 6.25 40
1987
1986
1985
1984 926 0.07%
1983
1982 2,497 0.36%
1981 2,019 0.29%
1980 5,531 0.43%
1979
1978
1977
1976 814 0.07%
1975
1974
1973
1972

External links


Libertarian Party of Kentucky
Affiliates: 1st District2nd District3rd District4th District5th District6th District
Other: Election Results


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