Manhattan Libertarian Party

Manhattan Libertarian Party

The Manhattan Libertarian Party was re-established in 2000 after the collapse of the Howard Stern for Governor campaign in 1994. It is a chapter of the Libertarian Party of New York. The Manhattan Libertarian party stands for and supports candidates who stand for the idea that each man owns himself, and no man has a right to ownership on any other man. Monthly meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Ukrainian East Village Restaurant, located at 140 second Avenue.

Candidates endorsedin the 2008 election

At the annual convention held on January 21, 2006, the following officers were elected:

  • Joseph Dobrian Chairman
  • Mark Axinn Secretary-Treasurer
  • Sam Sloan Director of Media Relations
  • Ron Moore Director of Fundraising
  • David Kachoui Director of Membership Development

At the annual convention held on January 30, 2010, the following officers were elected:

  • Ron Moore Chairman
  • Mark Axinn Secretary-Treasurer
  • Antonio Musumeci Membership Director
  • Alton Yee Fundraising Director
  • Sam Sloan 2010 representative of Manhattan Libertarian Party to the LP State Committee

Sam Sloan and the Manhattan madam Kristin Davis (not the TV actress by the same name) are both seeking the Libertarian Party nomination for Governor of New York State. Andrew Clunn seeks to be nominated for Lieutenant Governor, Carl Person seeks the nomination for Attorney General. John Clifton seeks the nomination for US Senate, and Michel Faulkner seeks the nomination for US Congress from the 15th Congressional District presently held by Charles Rangel.

Vote totals for Libertarian candidates in NYC 2005

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