Libertarian Party of Georgia

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Libertarian Party of Georgia
Chairman Doug Craig
Founded 1971
Ideology Libertarianism
National affiliation Libertarian Party (United States)
Colors a shade of Blue; Yellow
Website
www.lpgeorgia.com
Politics of the United States
Political parties
Elections

The Libertarian Party of Georgia is a state affiliate of the United States Libertarian Party.

Executive committee[edit]

Name Position
Doug Craig Chairman
Laurel Harmon Vice Chairman
Matthew Godown Treasurer
Don Webb Secretary
(open position) Executive Director
(open position) Operations Director
(open position) Legislative Director
(open position) Political Director
(open position) Technology Director


2014 Candidates[edit]

  • Andrew Hunt Governor
  • Amanda Swafford US Senate
  • Aaron Gilmer Public Service Commission (4)
  • Jeff Amason State House 21

2013 Candidates[edit]

  • Karen Richardson Johns Creek City Council Post
  • Brett Bittner Marietta City School Board
  • Walter Reynolds Milledgeville City Coucnil
  • Dr. Jeff Bivins State Senate 11
  • James Camp State Senate 30


2012 Candidates[edit]

  • Brad Ploeger Public Service Commission (3)
  • David Staples Public Service Commission (5)
  • Tim Nelson (as an endorsed “Independent”) Lee County Commission (4)

Brett Bittner Marietta City Schools (1)


2011 Candidates[edit]

  • Doug Craig Griffin City Commission (4)
  • Lance Lamberton Austell City Council (4)
  • Amanda Swafford Flowery Branch City Council
  • William Costa Gwinnett County Commission Chair

2010 Candidates[edit]

  • Chuck Donovan US Senate
  • John Monds Governor
  • Dan Barber Lieutenant Governor
  • David Chastain Secretary of State
  • Don Smart Attorney General
  • Kira Willis State School Superintendent
  • Shane Bruce Commissioner of Insurance
  • Kevin Cherry Commissioner of Agriculture
  • Will Costa Commissioner of Labor
  • Dr. Jim Sendelbach Public Service Commission (2)
  • Taylor Bryant Richmond County School Board (6)
  • David Montané Georgia Senate – District 42
  • Brandon Givens Georgia Senate – District 49
  • Taylor Bryant Georgia Senate – District 22

2009 Candidates[edit]

  • Chris Neill Marietta Mayor
  • Karen Richardson John’s Creek City Council
  • Richard Segal Douglasville City Council
  • Jeff Sexton Leesburg City Council
  • Kellie Weeks Gainesville School Board
  • Dr. Thomas Smoot Valdosta School Board


2008 candidates[edit]

In 2008 Allen Buckley ran for US Senator receiving 128,002 votes for 3.4% of the vote.

  • John Monds Public Service Commission (1) he was the first Libertarian in the country to receive more than 1 Million votes (1,076,780 or 33.4%
  • Brandon Givens Public Service Commission (4)
  • Kevin Madsen Loganville City Council

2007 candidates[edit]

In 2007 Jim Sendelbach ran in Georgia's 10th congressional district special election. Sendelbach received 710 votes for 1.31% of the vote and an eighth place finish.

  • Heather Hibben Acworth City Council, Post 2
  • Arnie Garrett Duluth City Council (5)
  • Joshua Patterson Hampton City Council
  • David Corr Macon City Council (2) Post 1

2006 candidates[edit]

  • Garrett Hayes – Governor
  • Allen Buckley – Lt. Governor
  • Kevin Madsen – Secretary of State
  • David Chastain – State School Superintendent
  • Jack Cashin – Commissioner of Agriculture
  • Paul MacGregor – Public Service Commission (District 3)
  • Kevin Cherry – Public Service Commission (District 5)
  • Jim Sendelbach – GA Senate District 43
  • John Monds – Grady County School Board (District 2)

Currently elected officials[edit]

Currently elected officials are:[1]

  • Freddie Odom - Bluffton Mayor
  • Walter Reynolds - Milledgeville City Council

Previously elected officials[edit]

  • Jeff Edgens – Irwinton City Council
  • Ben Brandon – Dade County Executive
  • Bruce E. VanBuren – Avondale Estates Mayor Pro-Tem, Avondale Estates City Commission
  • Jerry Meyer – Hoschton City Council
  • Dewayne Methaney – Auburn City Commission
  • Mike Hanson – Brooks Town Council
  • Jim Lenahan – Suwanee Planning and Zoning Commission
  • Amanda Swafford - Flowery Branch City Council
  • Karen Richardson – Johns Creek City Council
  • Freddie Odom – Bluffton City Council
  • Brett Bittner – Marietta City Schools

See also[edit]

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