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Libertarian Party of Connecticut

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Chairperson Dan Reale
Vice-Chair Robert Jones
Treasurer Andrew Rule
Secretary Joshua Katz

LNC Region 5 - North

Founded  
Address PO Box 4069


Yalesville, Connecticut 06492


Website http://www.lpct.org/

The Libertarian Party of Connecticut is a statewide affiliate of the Libertarian Party (United States). According to the bylaws posted on its web site, its purpose is "to engage in political, educational, and social activities in order to preserve, protect, promote and defend individual freedom and conduct the following activities consistent with the Statement of Principles of the National Libertarian Party..." A list of six principles, including "supporting National Libertarian Party candidates," follows this statement.

The party leadership declined to endorse celebrity author Ann Coulter in a run for Congress in 2000, in a bid against Chris Shays for the 4th district. As a result, her congressional campaign did not take place.[1][2]

Sub-affiliatesEdit

The party is active in seven of the eight counties of Connecticut; the exception is Tolland County.[3]

  • The Libertarian Party of Fairfield and Litchfield Counties
  • The Libertarian Party of Hartford County
  • The Libertarian Party of New Haven County
  • The Libertarian Party of Windham, New London, and Middlesex Counties


Director of Communications: Ken Gordon
Membership Director: Andrew Rule
Newsletter Production: William A. Hamilton

Past OfficersEdit

Lenny Rasch, chair
Linda Rasch, vice chair
Richard Lion, chair
Carl Vassar, chair
Walter Gengarelly, vice chair
Marc Guttman, vice chair
Ken Mosher, secretary,

ElectionsEdit

See: Libertarian Party of Connecticut Historical Election Results

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit


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