Posted to Ventura County Star
New Oxnard councilman may be city’s strongest critic
By Wendy Leung
November 11, 2016
When Councilwoman Dorina Padilla announced earlier this year she was not seeking a second term, it was clear that whatever happened in the election, there would be at least one fresh face on the Oxnard City Council.… Read more ...
Wes Wagner has learned the sources of funding for the lawsuit against the Libertarian Party of Oregon’s leadership. Through a search for the Libertarian Party of Oregon on the Oregon Secretary of State’s site, it is revealed that Aaron Starr, who is not a resident of that state, has contributed almost $100,000 to the Libertarian Party of Oregon.… Read more ...
Yesterday, the leadership of two states made the decision to withdraw from the Libertarian State Leadership Alliance (LSLA). The LSLA has been a topic of conversation here on IPR several times over the past few months. See here ,
here , and here.
Dear LSLA. ..The state of Georgia libertarian party is leaving the LSLA..The chairman has been authorized to action as he sees fit until the LSLA recognizes only one state chair of a state party ..The same chair that the chairman of the LNC and the state of of Oregon recognizes.
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Minutes of Teleconference Call of Libertarian State Leadership Executive Board
The conference call regular meeting of LSLA Executive Board came to order at 5:01 PM
Pacific Time on January 5, 2014.
Chair Brett Bittner Y
Vice Chair Patrick Dixon Y
Secretary Aaron Starr Y
Treasurer Alicia Mattson Y
At-Large Ken Moellman Y
Invited guests in attendance: Richard Burke
The Treasurer has seen almost no financial activity since the LSLA event, except for some
interest income.… Read more ...
The Libertarian National Committee met last weekend in Dallas for their quarterly meeting. They were in Executive Session on Saturday for 6 hours and five minutes (11:05AM to 6:10PM)*, apparently most or all of it having to do with the Audit Committee’s report from 2012. There were several findings regarding possible misuse of Libertarian Party funds that were raised in the report.… Read more ...
This was posted by Starchild as a comment to an IPR thread re: the Updates on Libertarian National Committee, Bylaws and Platform Committee, Budget and Audit
For background, please see here .
December 6, 2013 at 12:11 am
As I would expect is normal for an organization with a number of full time employees, a large portion of the matters we deal with on an ongoing basis in our operations concern staff in one manner or another.… Read more ...
This was found on the LNC Discuss email list. The initial letter was sent out by Aaron Starr, and the comments from others on the Executive Committee follow. I will update the article if more conversation is released to the LNC Discuss list.
Also, I’m not able to access the pdf of the LNC Historical Revenue Trends referred to at the end of Mr.… Read more ...
From: Aaron Starr
Date: Sun, Jun 2, 2013 at 1:42 PM
Subject: [Statechairs] Minutes of the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Libertarian State Leadership Alliance
I enjoyed meeting the many high-caliber people attending this year’s annual meeting. The general sentiment was that we had a fine, worthwhile program with great speakers – definitely worth the time and money.
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Two candidates have joined the LP national treasurers race, where George Phillies and Aaron Starr have been running well in advance of the convention.
Joe Buchman of the Utah LP and Tim Hagan of the Nevada LP have both been recruited by a number of delegates unhappy with the other two choices.… Read more ...
– A flyer on my table seeks delegate votes for Brian Holtz for Judiciary Committee. If my memory is correct, Brian previously said he would not seek another term on JudCom
-Starchild is reportedly running for LNC At Large
-Aaron Starr is running for Treasurer. Two new candidates have joined that race; I will post a separate article on that.… Read more ...
Wiener Announces Bid for Libertarian Party’s Vice-Presidential Nomination
As a member in good standing of the Libertarian Party since 1972, Daniel Wiener today announced his willingness to be drafted as the Libertarian Party’s 2012 Vice-Presidential nominee. Prior to his current service on the Libertarian National Committee, Wiener’s personal profile included stretches as Newsletter Editor, Executive Committee member, Judicial Committee Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-Chairman, and Chairman of the Libertarian Party of California. … Read more ...
Found on Facebook, and posted here with permission from Mr. Smith
I guess that I should elaborate on some of my remarks made at the Tennessee LP state convention last weekend.
The Libertarian Party is dying and has less than 5 years to continue to exist as a national political party.… Read more ...