LP Transparency Caucus calls for open process in filling LNC At Large seat vacated by Angela Keaton

Posted at the LP Transparency Caucus website.

Whereas the LP Transparency Caucus has been founded in the hopes of fostering a cohesive Libertarian Party where members of all factions can participate knowing that decisions are made in the sunshine – not the dark – by fostering greater openness and accountability in the running of the national Libertarian Party;

Whereas Angela Keaton resigned her At-Large Representative seat on the Libertarian National Committee (LNC) on December 8;

Whereas it has been reported that the LNC is currently considering only one candidate to fill the vacancy created by Ms Keaton’s resignation;

Whereas multiple candidates have expressed interest in being considered for the vacancy; and

Whereas the party is best served by an open, competitive and fair selection process: now therefore, be it

Resolved, the LP Transparency Caucus strongly urges LNC members to publicly solicit candidates for the vacancy and hold an open election.

2 thoughts on “LP Transparency Caucus calls for open process in filling LNC At Large seat vacated by Angela Keaton

  1. JimDavidson

    http://www.ncc-1776.org/tle2008/tle497-20081214-02.html

    “Let’s start with the good news, because it has been a long time in coming. George Donnelly, Michael Seebeck, Paulie Cannoli, Matt Harris (currently chair of LP West Virginia), Susan Hogarth, and others have now organised a Libertarian Party Sunshine Caucus, also known as the Transparency Caucus. They plan, among other short term goals, to have the process for selecting a replacement for Libertarian National Committee member Angela Keaton as public as possible.”

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