Mike Nichols

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Mike Nichols
Libertarian Party of New York
with Bill Lawry
March 31, 1974—April 5, 1975
Predecessor: Howard Rich
Raymond Strong
Successor: Charles Blood
Susan Corkery
Libertarian Party of New York
April 1, 1973—March 31, 1974
Predecessor: Michael P. Higgens
Successor: Lee Schubert
Personal Details
Party: Libertarian Party

Michael "Mike" Nichols was a Libertarian Party activist in the 1970s, serving as an officer of the Libertarian Party of New York as Secretary (1973-1974), Vice-Chair (1974-1975), and At-Large (1975—1977).


Nichols first got involved in the Libertarian Party "by a midnight phone call to help check and assemble petitions gathered during last summer's [1972] campaign. He later became Operations Chairperson for the party, among many other duties before his election as Secretary in 1973. He continued to serve on the State Committee until 1977.

Organizational Positions

Libertarian National Convention
  • Delegate (1974, 1976)
Libertarian Party of New York