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Libertarian Party of Vermont

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Libertarian Party of Vermont
ChairmanJeremy Ryan
Founded1971
HeadquartersBurlington, Vermont
IdeologyLibertarianism
Classical liberalism
Individualism
National affiliationLibertarian Party
Colors  Yellow
  Gray
(also sometimes Red, Blue)
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Local offices4 (2018)
Website
www.vtlp.org

The Libertarian Party of Vermont is the Vermont affiliate of the Libertarian Party. The state chair is Jeremy Ryan.

The Libertarian Party is the 5th largest in Vermont after the Democratic, Republican, Progressive, and Liberty Union Parties.[1]

In 1998, Neil Randall was elected to the Vermont House of Representatives as a Libertarian, representing Orange County's 3rd district. He left the party, but was re-elected in 2000 as a Republican.[2]

The party ran two candidates in the 2016 elections for Vermont House, as well as other candidates for local offices.[3]

Several Libertarian candidates ran in 2018, including four State Senate seats.

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References

  1. ^ "Parties | Elections | Vermont Secretary of State". www.sec.state.vt.us.
  2. ^ "VT Libertarian Representative Neil Randall". June 8, 2009. Retrieved December 3, 2017.
  3. ^ "Candidates - Vermont Libertarian Party". www.vtlp.org.

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