Vermont Libertarian Party officially reorganized

VTLP (via Matt Jon on IPR facebook):

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
December 20, 2013

We did it! We have met the requirements to remain an officially recognized political party in the state of Vermont.

Thank you to everyone who helped out by organizing their towns and participating in our first official state committee meeting.

You can now view the new VTLP Executive Committee and VTLP Town Chairs lists at:

http://www.vtlp.org/organization

Citizens that would like to join the general discussion group, please let me know and I can add you. It’s open to all.

Also, don’t forget to join our social media pages:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vermontlibertarianparty
Twitter: https://twitter.com/vtlibertarians
Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/110694145779790756394/

About Vermont Libertarian Party

The Vermont Libertarian Party is an affiliate of The National Libertarian Party. The motto of the VTLP is “Small Government, Low Taxes, More Freedom.” The VTLP has been more or less active in the Green Mountain State since the early 1980s. Despite the relatively small size of our state Party, the Libertarian Party is the largest third party in the country and driving a renaissance in libertarian thinking in this country.

Contact:

Jeremy Ryan, Chair
Vermont Libertarian Party
PO Box 5475
Burlington VT 05402-5475
Phone: 802-735-2149
Web: www.vtlp.org
Email: chair@vtlp.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vermontlibertarianparty
Twitter: https://twitter.com/vtlibertarians
Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/110694145779790756394/

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10 thoughts on “Vermont Libertarian Party officially reorganized

  1. Wes Wagner

    Does anyone have a good list of which states are not actually organized and/or have no official recognition/etc?

    I am glad to see Vermont get on its feet … and this is a reminder of how it is important that we accomplish this in every state.

  2. paulie Post author

    That’s organized in the sense of ballot access/official recognition by the state. States that are not organized in other senses…that’s harder to quantify.

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