Placer County Libertarian Party

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Placer County Libertarian Party
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General Information
Jurisdiction: Placer County, California
Status: Active
Chair: Roberto Leibman
Treasurer: Robert Page

The Placer County Libertarian Party is a county organization of the Libertarian Party of California.

Executive Committee

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Roberto Leibman, chair

Robert Page, treasurer
Dennis Schlumpf, north placer liason


Region Numbers

Placer County was Region 31 of the Libertarian Party of California in the numbering system in which regions generally corresponded to counties.

Placer County was part of Region 1 in the earlier 20-region numbering system.

Past Officials, Staff, and Other Contacts

Bruce Daniel, contact (Loomis, c. 1999)
Priscilla Falconi, chair (c. 1995), contact (other, c. 1999)
Roberto Leibman, chair (2005?-?)
Michael P. Murphy, chair (2001?-2005?), vice chair (2005?-2006?)
Robert Page, treasurer (2005?-?), contact (Roseville, c. 1999)
Clyde Smith, contact (Auburn, c. 1999)

External Links

Libertarian Party of California
Active County Organizations: AlamedaContra CostaEl DoradoFresnoHumboldtKernKingsLakeLos AngelesMarinMontereyNevadaOrangePlacerPlumasRiversideSacramentoSan BernardinoSan DiegoSan FranciscoSan JoaquinSan MateoSanta ClaraSanta CruzStanislausTulareVenturaYolo
Inactive Counties: AlpineAmadorButteCalaverasColusaDel NorteGlennImperialInyoLassenMaderaMariposaMendocinoMercedModocMonoNapaSan BenitoSan Luis ObispoSanta BarbaraShastaSierraSiskiyouSolanoSonomaSutterTehamaTrinityTuolumneYuba
Former Multi-County and Sub-County Regions: Antelope ValleyEast BayFoothillsGold CountrySan Fernando ValleySouth BayValley Libertarians
Other: Election Results
Executive Committees: 2007-082008-092009-102010-112011-122012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-18

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