Tucker Coburn

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Tucker Coburn
1st / 2nd Vice-Chair (ISC) / Vice-Chair (FLP)
Libertarian Party of New York
with Tony D'Orazio (2019—2020)
Steve Minogue (2020)
February 9, 2019—Incumbent
Predecessor: Brian Waddell (FLP)
Shawn Hannon (FLP)
Position Established (ISC)
Successor: Kari Bittner (FLP)
Jeff Motta (FLP)
Steve Minogue (ISC)
At-Large Committee Member
Libertarian Party of New York
April 21, 2018—March 3, 2019
Personal Details
Party: Libertarian Party
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Tucker Coburn is a Libertarian Party activist and former 1st Vice-Chair of the Libertarian Party of New York. He has held the title of Vice-Chair in three different ways. First, he was 2nd Vice-Chair of the Interim State Committee from February 9, 2019 to April 15, 2020. Upon the resignation of Jim Rosenbeck as Chair and the succession of Tony D'Orazio to Chair, Coburn became 1st Vice-Chair on April 15, 2020. He also served as Vice-Chair alongside Tony D'Orazio in the Libertarian Party of New York's previous structure, The Free Libertarian Party, Inc., from March 3, 2019 to May 4, 2019.

Coburn was first involved in the Libertarian Party as the Field Director for the Larry Sharpe campaign in 2018, in which he also ran for Secretary of the state party, but lost to incumbent Blay Tarnoff. He was elected as an At-Large at that convention. Later, he served as Chair of the Candidate Support Committee and the Volunteer Committee in 2019.

On April 29, 2020, he announced his candidacy for LNC Region 8 Representative.[1] On June 1, 2020, Coburn was elected to the Libertarian National Committee.

Political Campaigns

2018 Larry Sharpe for Governor

Coburn was Field Director for the Larry Sharpe campaign.

Organizational Positions

Libertarian National Committee
  • LNC Region 8 Representative (2020—2021)
Libertarian Party of New York
  • Vice-Chair (March 3, 2019—May 4, 2019)
  • 1st Vice-Chair, Interim State Committee (April 15, 2020—September 27, 2021)
  • 2nd Vice-Chair, Interim State Committee (February 9, 2019—April 15, 2020)
  • At-Large (April 21, 2018—March 3, 2019)
  • Chair, Volunteer Subcommittee (until September 8, 2019)
  • Chair, Candidate Support Subcommittee (until September 8, 2019)
  • Member, Party Rules Committee (2018—2019)
  • Judicial District 2 Representative, State Committee (September 26, 2020—present)