Scott Lewis

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Scott Lewis
Vice Chair
Libertarian Party of Louisiana
2008—?
Predecessor: Unknown
Successor: Unknown
Personal Details
Party: Libertarian Party

Scott A. Lewis III is the current vice-chair of the Libertarian Party of Louisiana.

Vice Chair

Scott A. Lewis, III became vice-chair at the 3rd Quarter 2008 SCC Meeting in Bunkie, upon the resignation of then vice-chair, Peter Beary. Assisting his run for the vice-chair was his name recognition from his two runs for Secretary of State. He was re-elected unanimously at the 2009 Convention in Baton Rouge, and the 2012 Convention in Lafayette. Previously, he served as Baton Rouge Regional Rep to the SCC, a position he was elected to at the 2008 Convention in Lafayette.

Electoral History

In 2007 and 2003, Lewis ran for Louisiana Secretary of State as an independent (appears as "no party" on ballot). He ran against a Republican and a Democrat both times. He also ran for Governor in 2011 as a Libertarian.

Year Office Votes % # Opp
2011 Governor 12,517 1.22% 9
2007 Secretary of State 64,723 5.43% 2
2003 Secretary of State 66,969 5.28% 2

Preceded by:
Peter Beary
Libertarian Party of Louisiana Vice-Chairman
2008-present
Succeeded by:
 
Preceded by:
 
Libertarian Party of Louisiana Baton Rouge Regional SCC Rep
2008
Succeeded by:
Leonard Douglas
Preceded by:
Lee Horne
Libertarian Party of Louisiana Gubernatorial Candidate
2011
Succeeded by:
 



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