Libertarian Party of Rhode Island
|National affiliation||Libertarian Party (United States)|
|Colors||a shade of Gray; Yellow|
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The Libertarian Party of Rhode Island (LPRI) is the Rhode Island affiliate of the Libertarian Party. The state chair is Pat Ford of Cumberland; the state vice-chair is Mike Rinaldi of East Providence; secretary is William Hunt, Jr. of Warren; Treasurer is Beth Richardson of Charlestown.
Tony Jones was a Libertarian candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island in the 2014 elections. This was the first time that the party had a statewide nominee on the ballot in a midterm year.
In 2016, three candidates ran for Rhode Island House of Representatives under the Libertarian banner. Daryl Gould was a candidate for District 67 representative for Barrington and Warren; William Hunt, Jr. was a candidate for District 68 representative for Warren and Bristol; Analee Berretto was a candidate for District 69 representative for Bristol and Portsmouth.
Also in the 2016 election cycle, Matthew Gillette ran for Little Compton Town Council as a Libertarian. Tony Jones ran for North Kingstown Town Council.
In 2016, the LPRI updated its logo, borrowing elements from the new national Libertarian Party logo.
- Libertarian Party of Rhode Island
- Daryl Gould
- William "Billy" Hunt
- Analee Berretto
- RI libertarian party reorganizing after hiatus browndailyherald.com
- Jones running for RI lt. governor to eliminate office
- Four Parties Will Have Statewide Nominees on Rhode Island 2014 Ballot
- Q & A with Tony Jones
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