Founded in 1971, the Libertarian Party (LP) is the third largest political party in the United States. The LP seeks to expand personal freedoms, dramatically reduce taxes and government interference in the economy, and avoid meddling in overseas conflicts.
The County Party structure is led by an Executive Committee. The terms for elected members run for one calendar year. The main body of voting body consists of our Executive Committee and our Central Committee Members.
Libertarian Party of Alameda County
4200 Park Boulevard, #301
Oakland, CA 94602
Central CommitteeFollowing the terminology of election law in California, the main body of voting members of the Libertarian Party of Alameda County (LPAC) is called the Central Committee. Committee membership is defined as meeting all of the following criteria:
Is a current dues paying member of the Libertarian Party of California
Has designated Alameda County Libertarian Party as their County Affiliate
Has signed the Non-Aggression Pledge
Voter Status is one of the following:
Not Registered to Vote
Registered to vote as Libertarian
Registered to vote as “No Party Preference”
The Libertarian Party of Alameda County is managed on an ongoing basis by an Executive Committee comprised of four officers who are elected annually by the LPAC Central Committee membership: Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer. These elected officers may, at their discretion, appoint up to 3 additional Executive Committee Members to provide leadership for various subcommittees (e.g., Activities, Campaigns, Fundraising, Publicity).
The Libertarian Party of Alameda County is governed by a Constitution and Bylaws.
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