Libertarian Party of Maine

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Libertarian Party of Maine
Senate leader None
House leader None
Ideology Libertarianism
National affiliation Libertarian Party (United States)
Colors a shade of Blue; Yellow
Politics of the United States
Political parties

The Libertarian Party of Maine (LPME) is the Maine affiliate of the Libertarian Party.

The LPME was granted status as an affiliate of the Libertarian party in 1975 and ran its first candidate for elective office in municipal elections in Portland, Maine in 1979. The LPME has had a repeating cycle of activity and hiatus since its founding. As of the 2012 election cycle, it is active with a fully constituted State committee, securing the placement of 2012 Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Gary Johnson onto the Maine general election ballot for the 2012 election and the endorsement of Andrew Ian Dodge the United States Senate election in Maine, 2012.

LPME executive committee[edit]

  • Chairman: Jorge Maderal, of Brunswick
  • Vice Chairman: Sue Poulin, of Casco
  • Treasurer: Shawn Levasseur, of Rockland
  • Secretary: Aaron Quinn, of Brunswick
  • At-Large Rep.: Donn Chamberlain, of Skowhegan
  • 1st Dist. Rep.: Dmitry Opolinsky
  • 2nd Dist. Rep.: Charles Jacques, of West Gardiner

External links[edit]

Gary Johnson 2012 (Maine)
Andrew Ian Dodge for Senate