In a stunning upset, Nicholas Sarwark was reelected as the chairman of the Libertarian Party by a 65% vote total. Sarwark faced a tough challenge from Joshua Smith, a newcomer to national Libertarian politics, but his experience and tenacity paid off in the end with a large backing of delegate support. Sarwark has overseen one
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This poll was conducted by 73 of currently 312 members of the Libertarian Vindicator Polling Committee, a group that aims to have 10 libertarians, both party members and non-party members, from each state, including the District of Columbia, for a total of 510 members that seeks to create representative data of libertarians across the United States.
Chairman Nicholas Sarwark voted no last night on the motion to suspend Arvin Vohra, thus the motion failed. Sarwark stated that while he found the rhetoric “disgusting”, and he would have fired Vohra would he have been an employee of his, he felt that he should not supersede who the delegates chose. “I would not
Region 5 Representative Jim Lark voted no Vice Chairman Arvin Vohra’s suspension and removal making the final decision fall on the shoulders of Chairman Nicholas Sarwark. Lark stated I hope all is well with you. I am writing to provide some information about a couple of matters. 1) In a separate message I shall send