The 2004 Libertarian National Convention was held from May 28 to May 31, 2004 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel  in Atlanta, Georgia. The delegates at the convention, which was sponsored by the United States Libertarian Party, nominated Michael Badnarik for the presidency and Richard Campagna for the vice-presidency in the 2004 presidential election through the convention process, televised nationally by C-SPAN.
Libertarians hold a National Convention every two years to vote on party bylaws, platform and resolutions and elect national party officers and a judicial committee. Every four years it nominates presidential and vice-presidential candidates.
Those which attended include:
- Michael Badnarik
- Gary Nolan
- Aaron Russo
- Ron Paul, former Libertarian Presidential candidate and current Republican Congressman
- Neal Boortz, national syndicated radio talk show host
- James Bovard, author of Terrorism and Tyranny
- anti-Brady Bill Sheriff Richard Mack
- David Nolan, Libertarian Party founder
- Michael Colley, retired United States Navy vice admiral
- Dean Cameron, actor
- James P. Gray, judge of the Superior Court of Orange County, California, author of Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed And What We Can Do About It
- Dr. Mary Ruwart, author of Healing Our World in an Age of Aggression
- Ed Thompson, 2002 Wisconsin Libertarian Party gubernatorial candidate
- Jimmie Vaughan, musician
Voting for Presidential nomination 
First ballot 
After the first round, a motion was passed to suspend the rules and allow only the top three candidates from the first round to proceed to the second ballot.
Second ballot 
After the second round, Gary Nolan, not receiving the necessary votes to advance, endorsed Michael Badnarik.
Third ballot 
After the third round of voting, Aaron Russo addressed the convention, endorsing Michael Badnarik as the 2004 nominee of the Libertarian Party
2004 Libertarian Party National Convention total vote count: Round 3
||Total votes cast
||Percent of votes cast
|None of the Above
Voting for Vice Presidential nomination 
A separate vote was held for the Vice Presidential nomination. Per convention rules, nominee Michael Badnarik addressed the crowd but, declined to declare a preference for running mate.
First ballot 
Richard Campagna of Iowa was nominated as vice presidential candidate on the first ballot.