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American libertarian activist and businessman - the National Chairman of the United States Libertarian Party.
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ENG: Mark Hinkle (born January 28, 1951) is an American libertarian activist and businessman. He is the National Chairman of the United States Libertarian Party. He was elected by the delegates of the 2010 Libertarian National Convention in St. Louis, Missouri on May 30, 2010. In 2010, he ran for the 15th District California State Senate seat that had been vacated when Republican Abel Maldonado was named Lieutenant Governor. He lost to Sam Blakeslee in a special election held August 17, 2010. Source August 30,2011
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Real Experience, Real Leadership, Real Results

Mark Hinkle’s Political Resume in the Libertarian Party Current Chair of the Libertarian Party since May of 2010. • As Chair, I’ve personal raised $148,385 in donations towards the David F. Nolan Headquarters building. That’s more than the rest of the current LNC combined. Served 12 years on the LNC as a regional representative or alternate from California and now LP Chair. • LP of California (LPC) Chair: elected 4 times for a total of 6 years. • LPC Executive Committee member for over 25 years. • County Chair, County Vice-Chair, and County ...

Press release on the origins of the Libertarian Party

We receive dozens of news releases each day in the newsroom from national political organizations. Most are a waste of time; a scant few are helpful. This one, from the Libertarian Party, caught my eye. Whether you are for 'em or agin' 'em, their origins are interesting. I'm reposting it in total, except for a few tweaks to bring it more-or-less in line to newspaper style: 40th anniversary of Nixon speech that led to Libertarian Party
WASHINGTON - On August 15, 1971, President Richard Nixon gave a speech announcing what would be known as his "New Economic Policy." The speech led ...

Libertarians bemoan new primary system, back pot

California's Libertarian Party is simultaneously fighting for its future and backing legislation to legalize recreational marijuana use. The party's national Chairman Mark Hinkle was in Grass Valley on Friday rallying party members and prospective party members to both causes. Speaking before about 20 people at Mi Comida Mexican Restaurant, Hinkle railed against Proposition 14, a 2010 California ballot initiative that established an “open primary.” That means that during primary season, all candidates, regardless of party, will run against each other in the primary election. ...

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