Libertarian Town Committees Forming
The Libertarian Party is a Party in Massachusetts, elections are not limited to two parties. The main organization of a political party is the town committee.
Any registered Libertarian is eligible to run for the town committee. Simply designate your part affiliation as “Libertarian” on your voter registration form at town clerk or the election commission.
A message from Carol McMahon, Libertarian Candidate for State Senator and coordinator of the town Committee Project
During the 2004 Presidential Primary we have an opportunity to form Libertarian Town and City committees by electing members for 4 year terms.
I'd love to see a town committee formed in every town and city in the state but I can't do it alone. If you can help me by running for town
committee in one of the towns I've chosen as my starting points, contact me at
413-250-6608 and leave a message with a good time to call back or email me
email@example.com. I will help you with petitioning and answer any questions
you have about running or serving on a town committee.
If you'd like to run for town or city committee in a town that I don't have listed below Kay Pirrello will help you get started. You can call her at978-317-0355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I'll be picking up petitions for town committee later today with the goal of forming town committees in these towns:
Why these towns?
These are towns where at least one of these three
happened in 2002
1. Question 1 passed
2. I got over 20% of the vote
3. Carla Howell and Rich Aucoin received over 2% of the vote
If you are currently a registered Libertarian or will be one before August19
contact me and we'll form 10 or more town committees and make
Mass the most active Libertarian region in the state.