Utah Libertarian Party

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Utah Libertarian Party
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Region: 1
Officers
Chair: Barry Short
Vice-Chair: Tessa Stitzer
Secretary: Susan Sandberg Baird
Treasurer: Taylor Smith
Contact
Phone: 801-613-8034
Address: 3556 South 5600 West #511
Salt Lake City, UT 84120
Website: Website
Social Media
Facebook: Facebook

The Utah Libertarian Party ("UTLP" in party bylaws[1]) is the Utah affiliate of the Libertarian Party.

The party was formed in 1971, under the leadership of Karl Bray, and ran write-in candidates as early as 1972.

Leadership

Ballot Access

The Utah Libertarian Party achieved ballot access for the 1976 elections and fielded two candidates, Roger MacBride for President and Steve Trotter for US Senate, opposing Orrin Hatch. After losing ballot access in 2006 as a result of failing to acquire the required 2% vote, the Libertarian Party of Utah regained ballot access in February 2008 as a result of acquiring the required number of signatures. [1] The party consequently received over 125,000 votes in 2008, compared to 118,000 in 2004.

Affiliates


Historical Officials and Staff

Chair
Vice-Chair
Other

Conventions

  • 2020 (April 24) Held online - originally scheduled for Ogden, UT
  • 2019 (April 20) Copperton, UT
  • 2018 (April 14) Cedar City, UT
  • 2017 Salt Lake City, UT
  • 2016

Elections

See: Libertarian Party of Utah Historical Election Results

Size and Influence

Year Minimum
Unique
Voters
Minimum
Percent
Of Voters
Registered
Voters

(Oct/Nov)
Percent
of
Registered
Voters
Signature
Members
(Dec)
Signature
Members
Per
Million
Population
LNC
Total Donors
2004 - Present
Or
Active Members
1972 - 2003

(Dec)
LNC Donors
Per
Million
Population
State Rank
Of Total LNC
Donors
(Of 51)
2019 15,383 1.07%
2018 27,607 2.55% 13,815 0.99% 1,219 386 104 32.90 36
2017 10,833 0.83% 1,197 386 98 31.59 35
2016 73,975 6.42% 11,728 0.83% 1,256 412 167 54.73 35
2015 7,488 0.61% 1,156 386 86 28.71 35
2014 22,333 3.86% 7,168 0.57% 1,135 386 92 31.26 35
2013 6,319 0.48% 1,111 383 103 35.48 35
2012 53,018 5.15% 5,494 0.43% 1,081 379 109 38.18 34
2011 1,023 363 95 33.74 35
2010 12,871 1.97% 4,110 0.32% 1,001 361 93 33.52 36
2009 980 360 93 34.15 36
2008 55,992 5.77% 2,639 0.18% 939 353 101 37.93 36
2007 904 348 110 42.34 35
2006 6,167 1.06% 2,904 0.22% 888 352 81 32.07 34
2005 811 330 102 41.50 35
2004 36,767 3.90% 2,556 0.20% 178 74.12 32
2003 140 59.32 32
2002 7,133 1.26% 1,836 0.16% 157 67.53 33
2001 204 89.33 32
2000 81,697 10.41% 265 118.07 31
1999 252 118.32 31
1998 14,013 2.77% 214 101.88 31
1997 186 90.06 32
1996 23,369 3.38% 188 92.97 29
1995 94 47.55 33
1994 7,995 1.49% 93 48.18 30
1993 72 38.38 32
1992 17,690 2.27% 86 47.21 30
1991 97 54.74 27
1990 7,665 1.67% 91 52.61 29
1989 122 71.52 18
1988 10,096 1.53% 33 19.53 35
1987
1986 6,914 1.55%
1985
1984 7,482 1.17%
1983
1982 3,676 0.68%
1981
1980 7,226 1.18%
1979
1978
1977
1976 3,026 0.55%
1975
1974 1,218 0.29%
1973
1972 19 0.00%

References

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  1. Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Utah (UTLP) (Adopted April 14, 2018), Libertarian Party of Utah (UTLP), https://www.libertarianutah.org/utlp-bylaws/, retrieved 8 April 2019