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Libertarian Party of Utah

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Libertarian Party of Utah
ChairpersonBarry Short
Founded1971
Membership (2021)22,381[1]
IdeologyLibertarianism
National affiliationLibertarian Party
Colors  Gold-yellow
Statewide executive offices
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Seats in the Utah Senate
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Seats in the Utah House
0 / 75
UT seats in the U.S. Senate
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UT seats in the U.S. House
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Other elected offices1 (October 2021)[2]
Website
www.libertarianutah.org

The Libertarian Party of Utah is the Utah affiliate of the Libertarian Party. It was founded in 1971 under Chair Karl Bray, and was the first state affiliate of the national Libertarian party to achieve ballot access for its candidates (1976).

The State Chair is currently held by Barry Short, the Vice Chair is Tessa Stitzer. Taylor Smith serves as Treasurer and Susan Baird is the party Secretary.[3]

The party, commonly abbreviated as UTLP, holds its biennial Organizing Convention in April of odd-numbered years, and Nominating Convention in April of even numbered years.

Past and present office holders

  • Mark B. Madsen – Utah Senate, District 13 (2004–2016; left the GOP and registered as a Libertarian on 25 July 2016)
  • Willy Marshall – Mayor of Big Water, Utah (2001–2005)
  • Alex Joseph – Mayor of Big Water, Utah (1986–1995)
  • Apollo Pazell – Council member, Copperton
  • Tessa Stitzer – Council member, Copperton

Electoral performance

Presidential

Election year Vote percentage ±% Votes Presidential candidate Vice presidential candidate Result Reference
1976
0.5%
N/A 2,438 Roger MacBride David Bergland 5th [4]
1980
1.2%
Increase 0.8 7,226 Ed Clark David Koch 4th [5]
1984
0.4%
Decrease 0.8 2,447 David Bergland James A. Lewis 3rd [6]
1988
1.2%
Increase 0.8 7,473 Ron Paul Andre Marrou 3rd [7]
1992
0.3%
Decrease 0.9 1,900 Andre Marrou Nancy Lord 5th [8]
1996
0.6%
Increase 0.4 4,129 Harry Browne Jo Jorgensen 5th [9]
2000
0.5%
Decrease 0.2 3,616 Harry Browne Art Olivier 5th [10]
2004
0.4%
Decrease 0.1 3,375 Michael Badnarik Richard Campagna 5th [11]
2008
0.7%
Increase 0.4 6,966 Bob Barr Wayne Allyn Root 5th [12]
2012
1.2%
Increase 0.5 12,572 Gary Johnson Jim Gray 3rd [13]
2016
3.5%
Increase 2.3 39,608 Gary Johnson Bill Weld 4th [14]
2020
2.6%
Decrease 0.9 38,447 Jo Jorgensen Spike Cohen 3rd [15]

Gubernatorial

Utah Libertarian Party gubernatorial election results
Election Gubernatorial candidate Votes Vote % Result
1988 Kitty K. Burton 1,661 0.3% Lost Red XN
1992 Did not field a candidate
1996 Did not field a candidate
2000 Did not field a candidate
2004 Did not field a candidate
2008 Dell Schanze 24,820 2.6% Lost Red XN
2010 (special) W. Andrew McCullough 12,871 2.0% Lost Red XN
2012 Ken Larsen 22,611 2.3% Lost Red XN
2016 Brian Kamerath 34,827 3.1% Lost Red XN
2020 Daniel Cottam 51,393 3.5% Lost Red XN

Notable people

References

  1. ^ "Current Voter Registration Statistics". vote.utah.gov. 4 October 2021. Archived from the original on 5 October 2021. Retrieved 18 October 2021.
  2. ^ "Elected Officials". Libertarian Party. Retrieved 20 October 2021.
  3. ^ Short, Barry (10 April 2021). "I thank all the delegates who took part in today's convention for the support they showed to me in giving me a full term as the party's chair". Facebook. Retrieved 10 May 2021.
  4. ^ Lieutenant Governor of Utah. "1976 General Election Results" (PDF). p. 2. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  5. ^ Lieutenant Governor of Utah. "1980 General Election Results" (PDF). p. 2. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  6. ^ Federal Election Commission (June 1985). "Federal Elections 1984" (PDF). p. 12. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  7. ^ Federal Election Commission (June 1989). "Federal Elections 1988" (PDF). p. 12. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  8. ^ Federal Election Commission (June 1993). "Federal Elections 1992" (PDF). p. 27. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  9. ^ Federal Election Commission (May 1997). "Federal Elections 1996" (PDF). p. 27. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  10. ^ Federal Election Commission (June 2001). "Federal Elections 2000" (PDF). p. 29. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  11. ^ Federal Election Commission (May 2005). "Federal Elections 2004" (PDF). p. 38. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  12. ^ Federal Election Commission (July 2009). "Federal Elections 2008" (PDF). p. 38. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  13. ^ Federal Election Commission (July 2013). "Federal Elections 2012" (PDF). p. 39. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  14. ^ Federal Election Commission (December 2017). "Federal Elections 2016" (PDF). p. 42. Retrieved 10 December 2021.
  15. ^ Federal Election Commission (28 January 2021). "2020 Presidential General Election Results" (PDF). pp. 4, 8. Retrieved 10 December 2021.

External links

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