Libertarian Party of Alameda County

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Libertarian Party of Alameda County
General Information
Jurisdiction: Alameda County, California
Status: Active
Chair: John Ferrero
Vice-Chair: James Eyer
Secretary: Michelle Ellison
Treasurer: Terry Floyd
Website: Website
Facebook: Facebook

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

Executive Committee

Chair John Ferrero (January 2019—present)
Vice-Chair James Eyer (January 2019—present)
Secretary Michelle Ellison (January 2019—present)
Treasurer Terry Floyd (January 2019—present)
Executive Committee Member Ken DeLong (January 2019—present)
Executive Committee Member Betz Stump (January 2019—present)
Executive Committee Member Calvin Lu (January 2019—present)


Region Numbers

Alameda County together with Contra Costa County constituted Region 1 (the "East Bay" region) of the Libertarian Party of California in the numbering system in which regions generally corresponded to counties.

These two counties constituted Region 6 in the earlier 20-region numbering system.

Past Officials, Staff, and Other Contacts

External Link

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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