The race for the next Libertarian Party Vice Chairman will certainly be a competitive one as a fourth candidate, Joe Hauptmann, has announced his candidacy for the position.
Hauptmann has been an activist in the party for 39 years and in his tenure has served in many capacity’s including state chair of the Libertarian Party of Indiana, a Regional Representative for the LP National Committee, and as a member of the Libertarian Party’s National Platform Committee.
The Libertarian has also run many campaigns including two runs for a congressional seat, Superintendent of Public Instruction and State Representative. He also helped the Johnson/Weld campaign as the Indiana Co-Coordinator and Campus Coordinator and was an Indiana Coordinator for Ed Clark’s 1980 presidential race.
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Luke graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelors of Music in Music Composition and is currently pursuing his Bachelors of Music in Music Education while working as a substitute teacher in the St. Louis area. When Luke isn’t teaching, or writing music, he enjoys reading and writing on economics, politics, and libertarian philosophy. After a brief stint as a supporter for Bernie Sanders, Luke began his journey into libertarianism and was a supporter of Gary Johnson during the 2016 election. Luke joined the Libertarian Party after reading Johnson’s “Seven Principles of Good Government” and has been active ever since. Luke also contributes as a guest to Being Libertarian and as an editor for The Libertarian Coalition. Recently, Luke was asked to right for the Missouri Libertarian Party on their recent success in getting Libertarians to be Election Judges in 2016. Libertarian views on contemporary issues and criticisms of Libertarian philosophy are topics that Luke explores in his writing.
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