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==Brief History==
 
==Brief History==
The Reform Caucus of California is a caucus formed on June 12, 2019 within the Libertarian Party of California by [[Brandon Nelson]], [[Kenneth Brent Olsen]], and other party members who opposed the decision of the Judicial Committee of the [[Libertarian Party of California]] on June 10, 2019, to overturn the vote of the delegates at the delete the Platform at the [[California Convention 2019]] in Concord, California.  It was named after the [[Reform Caucus]], which was behind the so-called "Portland Massacre" in 2006 at the [[National Convention 2006]], when the national Platform was changed dramatically.  
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The Reform Caucus of California is a caucus formed on June 12, 2019 within the Libertarian Party of California by [[Brandon Nelson]], [[Kenneth Brent Olsen]], and other party members who opposed the decision of the Judicial Committee of the [[Libertarian Party of California]] on June 10, 2019, to overturn the vote of the delegates at the delete the Platform at the [[California Convention 2019]] in Concord, California.  It was named after the [[Reform Caucus]], which was behind the so-called "[[Portland Massacre]]" in 2006 at the [[National Convention 2006]], when the national Platform was changed dramatically.
  
 
==Ideology==
 
==Ideology==
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"The Reform Caucus of California is dedicated to the reformation of the Libertarian Party of California in a manner that focuses on making us an effective political party rather than a social club.  We affirm that a political party's goal is to disseminate its principles and to get candidates elected.  We believe that California needs a Libertarian Party; a party that promotes liberty and is designated to win elections in the state of California."
 
"The Reform Caucus of California is dedicated to the reformation of the Libertarian Party of California in a manner that focuses on making us an effective political party rather than a social club.  We affirm that a political party's goal is to disseminate its principles and to get candidates elected.  We believe that California needs a Libertarian Party; a party that promotes liberty and is designated to win elections in the state of California."
  
==Other Radical Caucuses==
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==Other Reform Caucuses==
 
A caucus calling itself the [[Reform Caucus]] was active in the early 2000's.  It was behind the [[Portland Massacre]] in 2006 and was strongly behind Bob Barr in 2008, but may have dissolved soon afterward.  
 
A caucus calling itself the [[Reform Caucus]] was active in the early 2000's.  It was behind the [[Portland Massacre]] in 2006 and was strongly behind Bob Barr in 2008, but may have dissolved soon afterward.  
  
 
[[Category: Libertarian Party Caucuses]]
 
[[Category: Libertarian Party Caucuses]]

Revision as of 15:25, 13 June 2019

Reform Caucus of California
General Information
Chartered: 2019

The Reform Caucus of California is a caucus within the Libertarian Party of California. It is the second caucus to carry the Reform Caucus name, and was inspired by the first.

Brief History

The Reform Caucus of California is a caucus formed on June 12, 2019 within the Libertarian Party of California by Brandon Nelson, Kenneth Brent Olsen, and other party members who opposed the decision of the Judicial Committee of the Libertarian Party of California on June 10, 2019, to overturn the vote of the delegates at the delete the Platform at the California Convention 2019 in Concord, California. It was named after the Reform Caucus, which was behind the so-called "Portland Massacre" in 2006 at the National Convention 2006, when the national Platform was changed dramatically.

Ideology

Reform Caucus of California Statement of Principles

The Reform Caucus of California has adopted the following Statement of Principles:

"The Reform Caucus of California is dedicated to the reformation of the Libertarian Party of California in a manner that focuses on making us an effective political party rather than a social club. We affirm that a political party's goal is to disseminate its principles and to get candidates elected. We believe that California needs a Libertarian Party; a party that promotes liberty and is designated to win elections in the state of California."

Other Reform Caucuses

A caucus calling itself the Reform Caucus was active in the early 2000's. It was behind the Portland Massacre in 2006 and was strongly behind Bob Barr in 2008, but may have dissolved soon afterward.