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Libertarian Party of Arkansas

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Libertarian Party of Arkansas
AbbreviationLPAR
ChairmanMichael Pakko
Founded1971; 49 years ago (1971)
IdeologyLibertarianism
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Website
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The Libertarian Party of Arkansas (LPAR) is the Arkansas affiliate of the national Libertarian Party (LP). In the 2010s the party saw increased support in federal races due to a lack of Democratic candidates contesting those races.

History

In 2002 members of the party petitioned to place Amendment 3, a ballot initiative that would have eliminated taxes on food and medicine, but it was overwhelming rejected by 61% to 39%.[1] However, the sales tax on food was later phased out through the passage of a bill following the amendment's defeat.[2]

Electoral performance

Presidential

Year Presidential nominee Votes Change
1980 Ed Clark 8,970 (1.07%) Steady
1984 David Bergland 2,221 (0.25%) Decrease 0.82%
1988 Ron Paul 3,297 (0.40%) Decrease 0.15%
1992 Andre Marrou 1,261 (0.13%) Decrease 0.27%
1996 Harry Browne 3,076 (0.35%) Increase 0.22%
2000 Harry Browne 2,781 (0.30%) Decrease 0.05%
2004 Michael Badnarik 2,345 (0.22%) Decrease 0.08%
2008 Bob Barr 4,776 (0.44%) Increase 0.22%
2012 Gary Johnson 16,276 (1.52%) Increase 1.08%
2016 Gary Johnson 29,829 (2.64%) Increase 1.12%

Senate Class II

Year Senate nominee Votes Change
2014 Nathan LaFrance 17,210 (2.03%) Steady
2020 Ricky Harrington Jr. 396,973 (33.3%) Increase 31.27%

Senate Class III

Year Senate nominee Votes Change
2010 Trevor Drown 25,234 (3.24%) Steady
2016 Frank Gilbert 43,866 (3.96%) Increase 0.72%

Gubernatorial

Year Gubernatorial nominee Votes Change
2014 Frank Gilbert 16,319 (1.92%) Steady
2018 Mark West 25,885 (2.90%) Increase 0.98%

House

Year Number of candidates Votes Change
2012 4 37,987 (3.66%) Steady
2014 4 66,055 (7.95%) Increase 4.29%
2016 4 196,512 (18.39%) Increase 10.42%
2018 4 19,625 (2.21%) Decrease 16.18%

See also

References

  1. ^ "Bill proposed to phase out tax". Baxter Bulletin. 28 December 2002. p. 1. Archived from the original on 26 November 2019 – via Newspapers.com.
  2. ^ "Libertarians get candidate on 2008 ballot". Baxter Bulletin. 3 October 2007. p. 2. Archived from the original on 26 November 2019 – via Newspapers.com.

External links


This page was last edited on 10 November 2020, at 07:29
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