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Libertarian Party of Arizona

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arizona Libertarian Party
ChairpersonHoward Blitz
Senate leaderNone
House leaderNone
Founded1971
Headquarters4635 S. Lakeshore Dr., Tempe, AZ 85282
IdeologyLibertarianism
National affiliationLibertarian Party (United States)
Colorsa shade of Blue; Yellow
Seats in the Upper House
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Seats in the Lower House
0 / 60
Website
www.azlp.org

The Arizona Libertarian Party[1] is the Arizona affiliate of the Libertarian Party. As of 2018, the state chairman is Howard Blitz, with Kevin McCormick as the first vice chairman.[2] As of 2018, there were 31,554 registered libertarians in Arizona.[3]

Current elected officials

  • Levi Tappan, Page City Council (elected Nov 2013)[4]
  • Scott Stewart, Pima County Community College Board
  • Ruth E. Bennett, Continental Elementary School District Board

Election history

The party struggled to field candidates in 2016 due to a dramatic increase in signature requirements by state Republicans to limit Libertarians on the ballot.[5] However, Libertarian Justice of the Peace Candidate Gregory Kelly was able to overcome the new signature requirements to get on the ballot, and achieved 25,356 votes (31.56%) in the Highland District race.[6]

The Libertarian party's most successful candidate in 2014 by both percentage and votes was Maricopa County Assessor candidate Becca Kielsky with 208,394, or 29.26% of the votes. The most successful candidate in 2012 by both percentage and votes was Maricopa County Attorney candidate Michael Kielsky with 288,281, or 27.55% of the votes.

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This page was last edited on 13 November 2018, at 04:41
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