Libertarian Party of Alabama

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Libertarian Party of Alabama
Region: 4
Officers
Chair: Joshua Tuttle
Vice Chair: C.J. Ezell
Secretary: Nicole Jordan
Treasurer: Ross Lowe
Contact
Address: 2330 Highland Avenue
Birmingham, AL 35205
Website: Website
Social Media
Facebook: Facebook

Libertarian Party of Alabama is the Alabama affiliate of the Libertarian Party.

Leadership

Current

The current leadership is as follows.[1]

Former

Chair
Vice Chair
Secretary
Treasurer
At-Large
Region 4 Rep
Executive Director
Other

Affiliates

As of 2017, Alabama has 6 county affiliates.

Previously (including 2004), Alabama was broken up into districts and had District Chairs:

  • Florence District: Lauderdale, Colbert, Lawrence, Franklin, Marion, Winston
  • Tuscaloosa District: Lamar, Fayette, Walker, Pickens, Tuscaloosa, Bibb, Greene, Hale
  • Montgomery District: Chilton, Coosa, Autauga, Elmore, Lowndes, Montgomery, Butler
  • Selma District: Choctaw, Dallas, Marengo, Perry, Sumter, Wilcox
  • Mobile District: Clarke, Monroe, Conecuh, Washington, Escambia, Mobile, Baldwin
  • Huntsville District: Limestone, Madison, Jackson, Morgan, Marshall, DeKalb, Cullman
  • Birmingham District: Blount, Jefferson, Shelby
  • Gadsden District: Cherokee, Etowah, St. Clair, Calhoun, Cleburne, Talladega, Clay, Randolph
  • Auburn District: Tallapoosa, Chambers, Lee, Macon, Russell, Bullock
  • Wiregrass District: Crenshaw, Pike, Barbour, Covington, Coffee, Dale, Henry, Geneva, Houston

Conventions

Year Dates Location Venue
2007 July 23-24 Mobile Holiday Inn Belingrath Garden
2009 June 27 Birmingham
2017 February 25 Huntsville
2018 March 2-4 Atmore Windcreek Hotel and Casino

Elections

See: Libertarian Party of Alabama Historical Election Results

2006

  • In the 2006 election cycle only Dick Clark had ballot access. He received 3.15% in a three-way race. His opponents were Republican Minority Leader Mike Hubbard and Democrat Carolyn Ellis [1].

Size and Influence

Year Minimum
Unique
Voters
Minimum
Percent
Of 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)
2017 1,828 375 219 44.93 24
2016 44,467 2.08% 1,921 395 301 61.89 24
2015 1,735 357 156 32.11 24
2014 1,696 350 157 32.38 26
2013 1,660 343 182 37.65 24
2012 12,328 0.59% 1,597 332 190 39.44 25
2011 1,530 319 189 39.36 26
2010 4 0.00% 1,506 315 219 45.76 24
2009 1,456 306 231 48.55 23
2008 4,991 0.24% 1,370 290 258 54.68 23
2007 1,268 271 188 40.23 27
2006 396 0.03% 1,237 267 167 36.08 24
2005 1,124 246 187 40.92 27
2004 3,529 0.19% (Aug) 263 58.05 26
2003 234 51.96 24
2002 64,839 4.75% 319 71.20 22
2001 315 70.51 26
2000 225,969 13.51% 362 81.31 26
1999 354 81.01 27
1998 315 72.40 27
1997 264 61.11 26
1996 40,470 2.64% 198 46.15 28
1995 117 27.45 29
1994 93 21.97 30
1993 91 21.70 29
1992 145,566 8.62% 123 29.72 27
1991 73 17.84 31
1990 73 18.03 33
1989 71 17.62 29
1988 23,394 1.70% 64 15.91 24
1987
1986
1985
1984 20,352 1.41%
1983
1982 63,719 5.65%
1981
1980 35,821 2.67%
1979
1978 6,006 0.82%
1977
1976 1,481 0.13%
1975
1974
1973
1972

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