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   party_name     = Libertarian Party of Utah |
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   chairperson = [[Jake Shannon]] |
 
   chairperson = [[Jake Shannon]] |
   vicechair = [[Patrick Powers]] |
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   vicechair   = [[Mark Hilgenberg]] |
   treasurer = [[W. Andrew McCullough]] |
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   treasurer   = [[Andrew McCullough|W. Andrew McCullough]] |
   secretary = [[Courtney White]] |
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   region = [[LNC Region 1|1]] |
 
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   address  =  PO Box 526025<br>Salt Lake City, UT 84152-6025 |
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   address  =  PO Box 526025<BR/>Salt Lake City, UT 84152-6025 |
 
   website = http://www.lputah.org/
 
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[[Kenny Barlow]], media director<BR/>
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==Ballot Access==
 
After losing ballot access in 2006 as a result of failing to acquire the required 2% vote, the Libertarian Party of Utah regained ballot access in February 2008 as a result of acquiring the required number of signatures. [http://www.lputah.org/node/8196] The party, currently chaired by Jake Shannon, consequently received over 125,000 votes in 2008, compared to 118,000 in 2004.
 
After losing ballot access in 2006 as a result of failing to acquire the required 2% vote, the Libertarian Party of Utah regained ballot access in February 2008 as a result of acquiring the required number of signatures. [http://www.lputah.org/node/8196] The party, currently chaired by Jake Shannon, consequently received over 125,000 votes in 2008, compared to 118,000 in 2004.
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==Historical Officials and Staff==
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[[Joseph Buchman|Dr. Joseph Geddes Buchman]], ''secretary'' (c. 2005)<BR/>
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[[Jim Dexter]], ''treasurer'' (c. 1995)<BR/>
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[[Jim Elwell]], chair (c. 1994)<BR/>
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[[Andrew McCullough|W. Andrew McCullough]], ''chair'' (c. 2005)<BR/>
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[[Dylan McDonnell]], ''vice chair'' (c. 2005)<BR/>
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[[Patrick Powers]], ''vice chair'' (c. 2012)<BR/>
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[[Brent Zimmerman]], ''treasurer'' (c. 2005)<BR/>
  
 
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Revision as of 13:18, 2 August 2012


Libertarian Party of Utah

UT Logo.png

Chairperson Jake Shannon
Vice-Chair Mark Hilgenberg
Second Vice-Chair
Treasurer W. Andrew McCullough
Secretary Courtney White
Member at-large

LNC Region 1

Founded
Address PO Box 526025
Salt Lake City, UT 84152-6025

Website http://www.lputah.org/


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Kenny Barlow, media director
Katie White, event director


Ballot Access

After losing ballot access in 2006 as a result of failing to acquire the required 2% vote, the Libertarian Party of Utah regained ballot access in February 2008 as a result of acquiring the required number of signatures. [1] The party, currently chaired by Jake Shannon, consequently received over 125,000 votes in 2008, compared to 118,000 in 2004.


Historical Officials and Staff

Dr. Joseph Geddes Buchman, secretary (c. 2005)
Jim Dexter, treasurer (c. 1995)
Jim Elwell, chair (c. 1994)
W. Andrew McCullough, chair (c. 2005)
Dylan McDonnell, vice chair (c. 2005)
Patrick Powers, vice chair (c. 2012)
Brent Zimmerman, treasurer (c. 2005)


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