Libertarian Party of Kentucky

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Libertarian Party of Kentucky

 

Chairperson Dave Capano
Vice-Chair Bryan Short
Treasurer James Bozman
Secretary Cyrus Eckenberg
Member at-large

LNC Region 3

Founded 1972
Address P.O. Box 432, Independence, KY 41051

Website http://www.lpky.org//


LPKY Executive Committee Seats

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

LPKY Chairman Dave Capano
LPKY Vice-Chairman Bryan Short
LPKY Treasurer James Bozman
LPKY Secretary Cyrus Eckenberg
LPKY At-Large Representative 1 Mark Gailey
LPKY At-Large Representative 2 Vacant
LPKY At-Large Representative 3 Frank Harris
LPKY At-Large Representative 3 Dan Hull
LPKY District 1 Chair Dave Watson
LPKY District 2 Chair Joe Redmon
LPKY District 3 Chair Chris Roberts
LPKY District 4 Chair Will Allender
LPKY District 5 Coordinator Krystal Freeman
LPKY District 6 Chair Micki Bowling

Past Officers and Committee Members

Past Chairs

Ken Moellman, chair 2013-2015, district 4 (c. 2012)
Eric Cranley, chair 2011-2013
Ken Moellman, chair 2007-2011
George Dick, chair 2005 - 2007
Donna Walker Mancini, chair 1995 - 2005
John F Kilpatrick, chair
David Gailey, chair 1974 - 1980

Others

Josh Koch, vice chair 2007 - 2009
David Adams, vice-chair 2005 - 2007
Jon Bartels, district 3
George Baumler
Ray Carr, vice chair
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?)
Greg Holmes, vice chair
Nick Karem, treasurer
Matthew Keefe, vice chair (2012-?)
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

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
Registered
Voters

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

(Dec)
2016 53,752 7,456 1,309 180
2015 1,192 109
2014 44,240 4,418 1,160 108
2013 1,121 128
2012 17,063 2,615 1,071 129
2011 1,006 110
2010 2,359 1,661 974 108
2009 943 111
2008 6,406 997 902 149
2007 (Nov) 834 (Nov) 106
2006 39,249 341 807 92
2005 711 115
2004 8,121 (Aug) 148
2003 132
2002 7,705 145
2001 178
2000 12,644 235
1999 220
1998 55 213
1997 138
1996 8,595 153
1995 104
1994 80
1993 52
1992 17,366 70
1991 50
1990 40
1989 32
1988 2,118 23
1987
1986
1985
1984 926
1983
1982 2,497
1981
1980 5,531
1979
1978
1977
1976 814
1975
1974
1973
1972

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