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Tennessee LP passes resolution against LNC’s proposed Keaton suspension

Libertarian Party of Tennessee Resolution (emailed to us by the Treasurer). Georgia also passed a similar resolution, according to Mike Seebeck. Both states are in the LNC region represented by Stewart Flood, who is presenting the charges against Keaton.The other states in the region are Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas.

Adopted December 2, 2008

WHEREAS, the continued activities of the Libertarian National Committee regarding Angela Keaton, the proposed Resolution of Discipline calling for her suspension, and its blatant neglect of performing the proper and necessary duties of a major political party, are deemed to be self-destructive, humiliating, alienating, and detrimental to the Libertarian Party and its Members,

BE IT RESOLVED that the Libertarian Party of Tennessee demands that the Libertarian National Committee drop its vendetta against Angela Keaton, keeping in mind that she was elected At-Large by the delegates of the 2008 Libertarian National Convention and is largely supported by those who elected her and by many other Party members, retract the proposed Resolution of Discipline, and turn its attention to proper and necessary Libertarian Party business such as membership growth, finances, campaigns, advancing public policy in a libertarian direction, and increasing awareness of Libertarianism.


Tony Wall – Chair
Charles Wilhoit – Vice Chair
J.R. Enfield – Treasurer
Ray Ledford – Secretary

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  1. paulie cannoli paulie cannoli Post author | December 3, 2008


    I just left a phone message for California state chair Kevin Takenaga letting him know about this and asking him to introduce an email ballot for a similar resolution in California, noting that LPC ExCom members Rob Power and Beau Cain oppose Angela’s being booted (probably others as well, those were just the two I know about).

    Love & Liberty,
    ((( starchild )))

  2. Michael Seebeck Michael Seebeck December 3, 2008

    Just Georgia AFAIK. Hopefully more will.

  3. paulie cannoli paulie cannoli Post author | December 3, 2008

    Anyone aware of other states addressing this issue?

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