Todd Hagopian

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Todd Hagopian
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Personal Details
Birth: (1980-03-19) March 19, 1980 (age 40)
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Education: Michigan State University (MBA)
Occupation: President, Manufacturing Company
Residence: Bixby, Oklahoma
Party: Libertarian
Facebook: Facebook
Twitter: Twitter
Instagram: Twitter
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Todd Hagopian is a Libertarian from Bixby, Oklahoma.

2020 Campaign for LNC Chair

Hagopian had a brief candidacy for Libertarian National Committee Chair. He withdrew on December 2, 2019.[1]

His platform included:
Professionalize the Party
Create a Core Branded Message
Win Local Elections

LP Chair Endorsements

Kevin Hobbie
  • Vice-Chair Oklahoma
Helen Gilson
  • Vice-Chair Ohio
Brian Nichols
  • Host - Brian Nichols Show
Bird (@birdarchist)
  • host of the Friends Against Government podcast (@FAGCAST)
Car (@carcanpit)
  • host of the Friends Against Government podcast (@FAGCAST)
Fritz Stephey
  • Host of the FritzCast


The Brian Nichols Show - #23 "The Libertarian-in-Chief", Todd Hagopian -
The Brian Nichols Show - #90 “The Libertarian-in-Chief", Todd Hagopian
MilLiberty - #147… -
Friends Against Government - #102…
Libertarian_Party_of_Arkansas - LP Arkansas Nominating Convention Speech -
We Are Libertarians - #23
We Are Libertarians - #90
Libertarian-In-Chief - Branding -
Libertarian-In-Chief - Winning Local Elections -
Muddied Waters - Masters of Debate -
The Rollo & Slappy Show - #172
The Statist Quo - A Conversation with Todd Hagopian
The Mad LiberTEA Party - Libertarian-In-Chief
Jen The Libertarian - Libertarians Making The Case For Impeachment
The rEVOLution Report - Libertarian-In-Chief

2020 Oklahoma Corporation Commission Campaign

On April 10, 2020, Hagopian filed to run in the statewide Oklahoma Corporation Commission race. The race drew no Democratic opposition, so Hagopian will go head to head with the winner of the GOP Primary, giving OK Libertarians a very good shot at securing ballot access in 2024 (2.5% of the vote required).