Gary Greenberg

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Gary Greenberg
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Chair
Libertarian Party of New York
1979—1982
Predecessor: Charles Steber
Successor: John Francis
Chair
Libertarian Party of New York
1975—March 1976
Predecessor: Raymond Strong
Successor: John Deane
Personal Details
Birth: (1943-11-11) November 11, 1943 (age 78)
Occupation: Attorney, Author
Party: Libertarian Party
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Gary Greenberg (born November 11, 1943) is a criminal defense attorney and author and one of the founders of the Libertarian Party of New York. He ran for office as a Libertarian for Congress (1972), Manhattan District Attorney (1973) and Governor (1978). He served four terms as Chair of the Libertarian Party of New York and has published several books about religion and history.

Biography

Greenberg was born on November 11, 1943. He was one of the founders of the Libertarian Party of New York and its first candidate for U.S. Congress, running in District 18 in 1972.

Books

Political Campaigns

  • US Congress, New York (1972)
  • Manhattan District Attorney (1973) (Gary's share of the Manhattan Attorney General's race was 3.65% with 8,301 votes, and he pulled better than 6% in some districts; in two of the city's 13 assembly districts, Gary outpolled the Conservative line.)
  • Governor, New York (1978)

Organizational Positions

Libertarian Party of New York
  • Chair, (1975—March 1976; 1979—1982)
Fran Youngstein for Mayor of New York City
  • Campaign Chair (1973)
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