Libertarian Party of Louisiana

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The Libertarian Party of Louisiana (LPL) was founded in 1972. It has had ballot access in Louisiana since a law changed in 2004, allowing the LPL to become an official party in Louisiana. Since 2004, candidates have been able to run for office with "Libertarian" printed on the ballot next to their name (rather than "other" as before) and registered voters have had the option of choosing the Libertarian Party as a pre-printed choice on their voter registration forms. Since 2004, registered Libertarians are designated by LBT on their registration cards rather than OTHER which is used for non-recognized parties.

Libertarian Party of Louisiana


Chairperson Scott A. Lewis, III
Vice-Chair Guy McLendon
Treasurer Lindsay Roberson
Secretary Jennifer "Hap" Werther

LNC Region 7

Address 5101 Page St. Marrero, LA 70072



[edit] Membership

The Libertarian Party of Louisiana gained official party status in 2004. Since then, registered voters have been able to choose the Libertarian Party as a pre-printed choice when registering to vote, instead of having to write the party name in. As of November 2014, the Libertarian Party of Louisiana has 10,500 registered voters. As of December 2014, 143 national dues paying members reside in Louisiana. State membership dues are presently $25.

[edit] Current Officers and Committee Chairs

[edit] Parish SCC Representatives

  • Ascension - Colin Nicol
  • Bossier - Robin Landry Davis
  • Caddo - Randall Lord
  • Calcasieu - Angela Gross
  • East Baton Rouge - Casey O'Neill Maloy
  • Jefferson - Daniel Hayes
  • Lafayette - Kathryn Crappel
  • Livingston - William Waggoner
  • Orleans - Clayton Sanford
  • Ouachita - Jeffery Craig
  • Plaquemines - Michael Vogt
  • Rapides - Susan Thompson
  • Saint Bernard - Ginger Burgess Patrick
  • Saint Charles - Daniel Zeringue
  • Saint Landry - Frances Daroza
  • Saint Tammany - Beth Vest
  • Tangipahoa - Charles Saucier
  • Terrebonne - Rodger Shelton Chair/Acting Rep

[edit] Parish Executive Committees

[edit] Past Officers, Committee Members & Key Volunteers

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