Michael Jingozian

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Michael Jingozian
Vice Chairman of the Libertarian National Committee
In office
2008–2010
Preceded by Chuck Moulton
Succeeded by Mark W. Rutherford
Personal details
Born Michael Paul Jingozian
(1961-04-30) April 30, 1961 (age 55)
Watertown, Massachusetts
Political party Libertarian Party
Residence Sherwood, Oregon
Profession CEO of AngelVision Technologies

Michael Paul Jingozian (born April 30, 1961) is an American entrepreneur and political activist who served as vice chairman of the Libertarian Party from 2008 to 2010.[1] He was a candidate for the presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party.

Career[edit]

Jingozian currently serves on the board of directors of the Free and Equal Elections Foundation.

He is the founder and CEO of AngelVision Technologies, a marketing and sales promotion company, headquartered in Portland, Oregon.[2] In 2011, the American Marketing Association of Oregon honored Jingozian as Marketer of the Year and presented him with the organization’s Lifetime Achievement Award.[3]

Jingozian is the founder of RESET America, which is an organization that wants change to the existing two party system in American politics.[4][5]

2008 Presidential campaign[edit]

Jingozian declared his candidacy for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination in October 2006. Although he had never held public office, Jingozian sought to leverage his skills as a successful marketing-communications entrepreneur to deliver his campaign messages.[6]

In 2008, he produced a video titled "Kiss Ballot Access Goodbye." The video was awarded the Telly Award for Best Internet Commercial for Political Issues, the W3 Award for Best Viral Marketing Video for Activism, the Marcom award for Best Political Web Video and the Ava Award for Best New Media Political Video.[4]

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