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Libertarian Party of Wisconsin

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Libertarian Party of Wisconsin
ChairmanMatthew Bughman
Founded1973
HeadquartersGreenfield, Wisconsin
IdeologyLibertarianism
National affiliationLibertarian Party (United States)
Colors  a shade of Blue; Yellow
Seats in the Senate
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Seats in the Assembly
0 / 99
Seats in the U.S. Senate
0 / 2
Seats in the U.S. House of Representatives
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Website
www.lpwi.org

The Libertarian Party of Wisconsin is the Wisconsin affiliate of the Libertarian Party. Founded in 1973, it is one of the oldest state affiliates in the Libertarian Party. In 2002 Ed Thompson, brother of Tommy Thompson and the Mayor of Tomah, Wisconsin, ran for Governor of Wisconsin, garnering over 10% of the vote. This was a record for a Libertarian gubernatorial candidate in Wisconsin running against both a Democratic and Republican candidate.[citation needed]

Wisconsin requires parties to poll at least 1% in a statewide election in order to be recognized for ballot status and to conduct party primaries. The Libertarian Party of Wisconsin met this test in 2014 with the candidacies of Madison attorney Tom Nelson for Attorney General (3%), Milwaukee political consultant Andy Craig for secretary of state (3%), and former Mayor Jerry Shidell of Rhinelander for state treasurer (2%).[1]

Current office holders

  • Mark Hepfinger -- Cottage Grove Municipal Court Judge[2]
  • Dennis Kenealy -- Erin Town Council Chairperson[2]
  • Dave Ripp -- Dane County Board of Supervisors, District 29[2]
  • Kevin Scheunnemann -- Kewaskum Village Board
  • Brad Sponholz -- Greenfield Planning Commission
  • Andy Williams -- Cleveland Village Board[3]
  • Brian Defferding -- Winnebago County Board of Supervisors, District 6[4]

Vote totals for Libertarian candidates in Wisconsin

Federal elections

U.S. President

Year Candidate Votes Percentage
1972 John Hospers (Write-in) 101 0.01%
1976 Roger MacBride 3,814 0.18%
1980 Ed Clark 29,135 1.28%
1984 David Bergland 4,884 0.22%
1988 Ron Paul 5,157 0.56%
1992 Andre Marrou 2,877 0.11%
1996 Harry Browne 7,929 0.36%
2000 6,640 0.26%
2004 Michael Badnarik 6,464 0.22%
2008 Bob Barr 8,858 0.30%
2012 Gary Johnson 20,439 0.67%
2016 106,674 3.58%

U.S. Senate

Year Candidate Votes Percentage
1980 Bervin J. Larson 9,679 0.44%
1992 William Bittner 9,147 0.4%
1994 James R. Dean 15,439 1.0%
1998 Tom Ender 5,591 0.32%
2000 Tim Peterson 21,348 0.8%
2004 Arif Khan 8,367 0.28%
2012 Joseph Kexel 62,240 2.07%
2016 Phillip Anderson 87,531 2.97%

State elections

Gubernatorial

Year Candidate Votes Percentage
1982 Larry Smiley 9,734 0.62%
1994 David Harmon 11,639 0.74%
1998 Jim Mueller 11,071 0.63%
2002 Ed Thompson 185,455 10.45%
2010 Terry Virgil 6,790 0.31%
2014 Robert Burke 18,720 0.78%
2018 Phillip Anderson 20,320 .8

Conventions

  • 2017 – The 2017 LPWI convention was held in Tomahawk on April 21, and included speaker Gavin Seim.
  • 2018 – The 2018 LPWI convention was held in Madison on April 14.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-09-14. Retrieved 2016-09-15.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ a b c "Elected Officials".
  3. ^ https://www.facebook.com/LPWIS/posts/1035101169870571
  4. ^ https://www.co.winnebago.wi.us/county-board
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2017-02-17. Retrieved 2016-08-31.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ https://lpwi.org/event/2019-lp-wisconsin-state-convention-2019-05-03/

External links

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