2016 Libertarian Party Convention: State Delegate Allotments Announcement

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Email from Libertarian Party National Convention Secretary Alicia Mattson:

FYI. Last weekend I sent the attached information to state chairs to provide them the delegate allocations and region formation percentages for the 2016 convention.

This file can be view here.

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16 thoughts on “2016 Libertarian Party Convention: State Delegate Allotments Announcement

  1. Losty

    So, Is it still state policy as to Membership? Especially if that state no longer has the vote?

  2. Joe

    So how was Oregon calculated? Using Reeves et al PAC numbers, or LPO (Wagner) numbers? Or some combination?

  3. paulie

    Action was deferred at the last LNC meeting (tabled indefinitely) so at least for now the Party, not the PAC, is the LNC affiliate. I haven’t checked the numbers to see whether they reflect that but they should.

    Also, Gretchen Wilson is not here for the PAC:

  4. georgephillies

    The membership number is the number of national party sustaining members in the state. It is not related to the issue of the identity of the state affiliate.

  5. Thane Eichenauer

    I try to ration my sarcasm to once in a great while. I am not reticent to offer sincere compliments when I am inspired.

  6. paulie

    Well, thank you then. My tastes are quite varied so I would expect most people to like some of them but not others. A lot of times it’s a play on words rather than a musical selection per se but other times it is.

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