Libertarian Party of New York

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Libertarian Party of New York

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Chairperson Mark E. Glogowski
Vice-Chair Rich Cooper
Audrey Capozzi
Treasurer Gary Triestman
Secretary Blay Tarnoff

LNC Region 5 - North

Founded 1970
Address P.O. Box 728
Bellport, NY 11713

Website http://www.ny.lp.org/


The Libertarian Party of New York was one of the first Libertarian parties to organize and run candidates in the US. It was originally named the "Free Libertarian Party" to prevent confusion with New York's Liberal Party. Its first state chair was Ed Clark.

In 1973 it ran a slate of candidates in the New York City municipal elections including Fran Youngstein for mayor and Gary Greenburg for Manhattan district attorney. The LPNY has run statewide candidates regularly since 1974 when its candidate for governor was Jerome Tuccille.

You can now register to vote as a member of the Libertarian Party in New York. About enrolling as a Libertarian in NY

To find out about local meetings near you in NY, please see the LPNY Chapter Meetings page

The Libertarian Party holds an annual convention, where its five officers and five At-Large board members are elected. Those 10 people, the immediate past chair (if any), plus one representative from each recognized affiliate, comprise the LPNY State Committee. The LPNY State Committee conducts business on the lpny_committee mailing list, which every LPNY member is encouraged to join (read-only for non-committee members).

Past Officials and Staff

Elections

See: Libertarian Party of New York Historical Election Results

Party Registration

Voter registration statistics as reported by Ballot Access News.

Year Registered
Voters
2016 7,128
2015
2014 5,376
2013
2012 3,874
2011
2010 2,680
2009
2008 1,545
2007
2006 1,061
2005
2004 362
2003
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