The Libertarian Party’s Judicial Committee meets tomorrow in a virtual meeting to discuss whether they will overturn the prior Judicial Committee’s decision from 2011 regarding the ongoing, complicated matter of who the legitimate affiliate for the Oregon LP is.
Emailed to IPR by a member of the Judicial Committee (not Bill Hall). For background and links to even earlier stories, see here.
From Mark Hinkle:
Dear JC Chairman Bill Hall,
I’ve read the clarification of the LP JC decision regarding Wagner vs. the LNC.
I have a question for the entire JC regarding this statement:
“Until such time as that occurs, the LNC must continue to treat the
Wagner group of LPO officers similar to other LP state-level affiliate
officers (for example, by providing monthly data dumps, and
recognition on the lp.org website as the official LP state affiliate
in Oregon)”.… Read more ...
The last day of the National Convention consisted of the last officer elections and, after the convention was adjourned, a meeting of the new Libertarian National Committee.
The election for the five open at-large seats on the LNC were held early this morning. Nominated candidates were: Dr. Tom Stevens, Wayne Root, Kevin Knedler, John Jay Myers, Lee Wrights, Rebecca Sink-Burris, Judge Jim Gray, Sam Sloan, Bill Redpath, Dr.… Read more ...
We received the following email at firstname.lastname@example.org from George Phillies, as well as a similar email from Rachel Hawkridge:
A caucus of concerned Libertarians has launched a petition drive to the Libertarian Party Judicial Committee, asking that the Judicial Committee overturn fraudulent claims by part of the LNC that Lee Wrights has ceased to be an LNC member.