How The Arvin Vohra Suspension Vote Could Go Today

Update: Jim Lark votes no on motion.

With 11 voting for Arvin Vohra’s suspension and removal, those who have not voted have a weighty decision to make today.

Here’s some possible scenarios depending on how the votes turn out:

If Region 5 Representative Jim Lark fails to get his vote in, then his vote will turn to alternate Steve Scheetz who voted yes on the motion. This would make the motion pass and Chairman Nicholas Sarwark would not need to vote.

If Lark votes no on the motion, then the deciding vote would fall to Sarwark. If he abstains from voting, the motion would fail, so the chair truthfully would have to make a yes or no decision regardless.

If Lark votes yes, the motion passes.

Updates in the National Committee’s decision will be provided as they are available.

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Author: Luke Henderson

Since joining the Libertarian Party in 2016 (after discovering Gary Johnson as a disaffected Bernie Sanders supporter), Luke Henderson has been active in the liberty movement through journalism, and political activism. At the beginning of 2017, Luke had his first piece of writing published by Being Libertarian and quickly became a contributor to the libertarian news site, The Libertarian Vindicator. Through the Vindicator, Luke discovered his passion for addressing critics of the philosophy and bringing together different factions of liberty lovers which compelled him to become an editor for The Libertarian Coalition, a forum dedicated to an open-minded discussion of libertarian ideas from all walks. After many guest contributions to Being Libertarian, Luke was asked to join the website as a contributor, where he writes his column Scoring For Liberty, which discusses sports, politics, and economics from a libertarian lens, and his Educator series that seeks to strengthen libertarian’s understanding of educational techniques and policy to better arguments against public education. Luke is one of the District 1 Executive Committeemen for the Missouri Libertarian party, and the founder of the Missouri Chapter of the Libertarian Positivity Caucus. Outside of politics, Luke is a paraprofessional for the Special School District of St. Louis, a musician, composer, and a loving husband and father.

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