Marin Libertarian Party

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Marin County Libertarian Party
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General Information
Jurisdiction: Marin County, California
Status: Defunct

The Marin Libertarian Party is a former county affiliate of the Libertarian Party of California.

History

Region Numbers

Marin County was Region 21 of the Libertarian Party of California in the numbering system in which regions generally corresponded to counties.

Marin County was part of Region 2 in the earlier 20-region numbering system.

Executive Committee Last Listed Here

Paul Kelley, chair
Pete Riopel, treasurer

Past Officials, Staff, and Other Contacts

Tammy Austin, chair (1997-2001?)
Bob Bickford, chair (1988-1991), chair (1992-1996), newsletter editor (c. 1995)
Greta C. Bickford, secretary (c. 1995)
David Christianson, secretary (c. 2008)
Matthew Demattei, secretary (1998?-2001?)
Dan Goltz, chair (c. 2004)
Don Harte, acting chair (1996-1997)
Paul Kelley, chair (2008-), secretary (2006?-2008)
Gene Lambacher, chair (1991)
Charles Lavaroni, treasurer (2005?-2006?)
Richard Lowry, treasurer (1998?-2001?)
Brett Paley, chair (1992)
Pete Riopel, treasurer (2008-)
Jeffrey Sommer, treasurer (c. 2001)
Pip Stuart, secretary (2005?-2006?)
Matt Turley, chair (2005?-2008)


External Links

Address

135 B King Street Larkspur, CA 94939



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Executive Committees: 2016-172017-18



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