In a recent IPR article, the validity of the upcoming Libertarian Party National Convention was questioned, in part, because of apparent delays and unique processes for sharing, prior to the convention, 2022 LP convention delegate contact information with potential LNC candidates, various caucuses, and others. (NOTE: LP Bylaws allow only the sharing of delegate names and postal addresses; phone numbers, emails, social media, etc. are not permitted, if collected and available, to be shared with those desiring to contact delegates.)
That article states, in part:
“Whether this failure was purposeful . . . or just an inability to compile the list in a timely manner, it has the effect of preventing party members from effectively communicating with the delegates . . . Ms. Hogarth . . . . added her own restrictions. . . . There is no basis in the Bylaws . . . ”
Over the past few days IPR has received the following mailers, which were apparently sent to names and addresses from the national LP delegate list.
The mailers were scanned and are reproduced here as a public service to delegates, as well as those who paid for the mailings (verification of delivery), and for any other interested parties.
IPR readers who have received similar mailings from other sources are encouraged to post scans of same in comments below (or if unable to do so, by emailing a jpg to firstname.lastname@example.org).
So far the mailings received by IPR include:
Mike ter Maat – seeking the 2024 LP POTUS nomination
Albert Veldhuyzen – Pro-Life Libertarian Caucus re – elimination of platform plank 1.5
Angela McArdle for LNC chair & Todd Hagopian for treasurer