The LPRC is currently seeking qualified radical candidates to take on the important role of State Coordinators for their state.
As outlined in our bylaws [Section 6(c)], State Coordinators are responsible for promoting radical libertarianism and a radical vision for the Libertarian Party; recruiting additional members to the LPRC; and, recommending the formal endorsement by the LPRC Board of suitable candidates (for internal LP positions as well as for public office) in their state.
In addition to the requirements in their respective states, State Coordinators qualify as Board Members of the LPRC and vote on all bylaws proposals, committee compositions, candidate endorsements, and any other issues brought before the Board during our bimonthly meetings.
States that are currently lacking Coordinators are, as follows:
- New Hampshire
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
If you reside in one of those states and are interested in taking on the position of State Coordinator, please email [email protected].