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Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus endorses President, VP, LNC candidates, elects officers

Via Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus on facebook:

Concluding our all-digital 2020 Caucus Convention, the Libertarian Pragmatist Caucus has issued endorsements for the Libertarian Party’s Presidential, Vice Presidential, and National Committee Officer positions.

For President:
Jo Jorgensen for President

For Vice President:
Ken Armstrong for Vice President 2020

For LP Chair:
Joe Bishop-Henchman

For LP Vice Chair:
Richard Longstreth, Libertarian

For LP Secretary:
Evan McMahon

For LP Treasurer:
Tim Hagan

For LNC At-Larges:
Bill Redpath
Valarie Sarwark
Paige Sexton
Jared Hall
Erik Raudsep

We also wish to congratulate our Caucus board on their elections or re-elections, including Caucus Chair Laura Ebke, Vice Chair Elizabeth Van Horn, Secretary Duke Van Horn, Treasurer David Sexton, and Whip David Howman.

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  1. wolfefan wolfefan May 18, 2020

    It’s interesting that Jorgensen scored well with both pragmatists and radicals while Hornberger scored well with neither.

  2. paulie paulie May 18, 2020

    He does however have the Mises Caucus endorsement.

  3. paulie paulie May 18, 2020

    She seems to have some subsequent round potential if no one wins on the first round, which seems likely.

  4. Thomas Knapp Thomas Knapp May 18, 2020


    Hornberger scores quite well with radicals.

    He doesn’t score well with the “Radical” Caucus.

    There’s a difference.

  5. paulie paulie May 18, 2020

    I believe Audacious Caucus endorsed Vermin.

  6. wolfefan wolfefan May 18, 2020

    Thanks Tom. I am certainly not particularly well informed about the nuances of the various caucuses.

  7. Thomas Knapp Thomas Knapp May 18, 2020


    The “Radical” Caucus is mostly the personal plaything of Marc Montoni, who has hated Jacob Hornberger with a passion for 20 years for the crime of not realizing he requires Marc Montoni’s approval.

  8. Kevin Kevin May 18, 2020

    Thanks, Thomas, for the insider clarification on the Hornberger-Montoni personal dispute. Probably they are both crazy. I’ve known Hornberger for years, Montoni vaguely rings a bell (he seems to be a non-entity) while Hornberger seems ubiquitous.

    Hornberger is very radical in non-interventionism, which is not the same thing as being radical in libertarianism. He would prohibit intervention, which would itself require intervention; and if the US military were disbanded (since they would have not military function if they were prohibited from intervening), civilization would quickly collapse and the world would enter a new dark age.

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