Libertarian Party of the San Fernando Valley

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Libertarian Party of the San Fernando Valley
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General Information
Jurisdiction: San Fernando Valley, California
Status: Defunct

The Libertarian Party of the San Fernando Valley is a local LP organization within Los Angeles County. It was formerly a separate region of the Libertarian Party of California


Region Numbers

This was Region 61 of the Libertarian Party of California in the numbering system in which regions generally corresponded to counties.

This was Region 11 in the earlier 20-region numbering system.

Executive Committee Last Listed Here

Edward Bowers, Representative to LPLAC

Past Officials, Staff, and Other Contacts

Bruce Acker, 2nd vice-chair - supper club
Mark Baldwin, elections chair
Phil Baron, treasurer
Ed Bowers, chair
Lisa Gunner, newsletter chair
Mark Hilgenberg, secretary
David W. Larkin, chair (c. 1995)
Kit Maira, LPC execom alt representative, webmaster, vice-chair (c. 1995), office manager (c. 1995)
Elizabeth Michael, media coordinator (c. 1995)
Erich Miller, vice-chair (c. 1995), chair, LPC execom alt representative
Beth Potillo-Miller, secretary (c. 1995), treasurer (c. 1995)
David Saxe, vice-chair - supper club
Chris Wood, volunteer coordinator (c. 1995)
Bernard Zimring, LPC execom representative, 1st vice-chair

External Link

Libertarian Party of California
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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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