Tom Quiter

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Tom Quiter
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Chair
Chenango County Libertarian Party
October 10, 2019—present
Predecessor: Clarence LaBarr (as CC)
Successor: Incumbent
Personal Details
Education: Alfred State College, Alfred, NY
Party: Libertarian Party
Media
Website: http://thomasquiter.us
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Thomas Daniel "Tom" Quiter is a Libertarian Party activist and candidate. He is the current Chair of the Chenango County Libertarian Party and member of the State Committee. In 2022, he ran for New York State Senate in District 52, receiving almost 14,000 votes. In 2022, he began a campaign to run for the same office, but suspended the campaign on January 24, 2022 to run for a statewide office. [1]

Quiter was nominated by the Libertarian Party of New York to run for United States Senate on February 19, 2022.

Libertarian Background

Quiter believes that communities, not state or federal governments, can provide the best assistance for individuals in need. As a grateful recipient of a crowdfunded wheelchair and van, he gives any time he can back to those who need help: from peer counseling, to volunteer work, to helping individuals meet their own needs.

Political Campaigns

  • New York State Senate, District 52 (2020)
  • New York State Senate, District 52 (2022) - suspended campaign
  • United States Senate, New York (2022)

Organizational Positions

Libertarian National Committee
Libertarian Party of New York
  • Member of the State Committee from Judicial District 6 (September 26, 2020—present)
  • Delegate, National Convention 2022
Chenango County Libertarian Party
  • Chair (since October 10, 2019)

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