Libertarian Party of Washington

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Libertarian Party of Washington
Chairman Michael Pickens
Senate leader None
House leader None
Founded 1971
Headquarters 10522 Lake City Way NE #C103
Seattle, WA 98125
Ideology Libertarianism
National affiliation Libertarian Party (United States)
Colors a shade of Blue; Yellow
Website
www.lpwa.org
Politics of the United States
Political parties
Elections

The Libertarian Party of Washington is the state affiliate of the national Libertarian Party in Washington.

In 2000, the Libertarian Party attained major party status in Washington, but lost it in the 2004 election.[1][2]

In the 2008 elections, two Libertarian Party candidates qualified for the August 19 primary - John H. Beck for U.S. Congress (5th C.D.) and Ruth E. Bennett for State Representative (37th Legislative District, Position 2).[3]

2014 Elections[edit]

The Libertarian Party of Washington endorsed 12 Libertarian candidates to run for the Washington State Legislature. List of Libertarian candidates for the August, 2014 WA primary Election:

  • Legislative District 2 - Steven Nielson (L)
  • Legislative District 3 - Randy McGlenn (L) and Paul Delaney (L)
  • Legislative District 7 - James Apker (L)
  • Legislative District 10 - Michael Scott (L)
  • Legislative District 17 - Christopher Rockhold (L)
  • Legislative District 19 - David Steenson (L)
  • Legislative District 24 - Dr. Stafford Conway (L)
  • Legislative District 36 - Paul Addis (L)
  • Legislative District 38 - Elijah Olson (L)
  • Legislative District 42 - Nicholas Kunkel (L)
  • Legislative District 48 - Timothy Turner (L)

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