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Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania

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Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania
ChairpersonSteve Scheetz[1]
Senate leaderNone
House leaderNone
Founded1971
Headquarters3915 Union Deposit Road, Box#223 Harrisburg, PA 17109
IdeologyLibertarianism
Constitutional democracy
Fiscal conservatism
Limited government
Market liberalism
Non-interventionism
Social tolerance
National affiliationLibertarian Party
ColorsA dark shade of grey or blue; golden yellow
Website
www.lppa.org

The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania is the Pennsylvania affiliate of the Libertarian Party. The state chair is Steve Scheetz, resident of Langhorne, Bucks County.

Leadership

As of November 2019, party leadership consisted of party chair Steve Scheetz, regional vice chairs Jennifer Moore, William Sloane, and David Vesely; secretary Kathleen Smith, and treasurer Kyle Burton, and executive director Kevin Gaughen.

LPPA Platform

The party believes that each individual must be free to do as she or he pleases as long as she or he does not infringe upon the equal right of others. Another tenet is that force must not be used on an individual, unless that individual has initiated the use of force or fraud. The party also believes that only those laws that are consistent with the purpose of the government to protect and secure individuals' rights should be utilized by the government.[2]

Elected officeholders

The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania has had many candidates elected to city and county positions throughout the State of Pennsylvania.[3]

Vote totals for Libertarian candidates in Pennsylvania

Federal elections

U.S. President

Year Candidate Votes Percentage
1980 Ed Clark 33,263 0.73%
1984 David Bergland 6,982 0.14%
1988 Ron Paul 12,051 0.27%
1992 Andre Marrou 21,477 0.43%
1996 Harry Browne 28,000 0.62%
2000 11,248 0.23%
2004 Michael Badnarik 21,185 0.40%
2008 Bob Barr 19,912 0.33%
2012 Gary Johnson 49,991 0.87%
2016 146,715 2.38%

U.S. Senate

Year Candidate Votes Percentage
1980 David K. Walter 18,595 .42%
1982 Barbara I. Karkutt 19,244 .53%
1988 Henry E. Haller II 11,822 .27%
1992 John Perry 219,319 4.6%
1994 Donald Ernsberger 59,115 1.68%
1998 Jack Iannantuono 46,103 1.6%
2000 John Featherman 45,775 1.00%
2004 Betsy Summers 79,263 1.43%
2012 Rayburn Smith 96,926 1.7%
2016 Edward T. Clifford III 235,142 3.89%
2018 Dale Kerns 50,153 1.00%

References

  1. ^ https://lppa.org/about/leadership/
  2. ^ "Statement of Principles". lppa.org. Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania. Retrieved 12 November 2019.
  3. ^ "Elected Libertarians".

External links


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