Libertarian Party of Marion County Elects New Officers

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Libertarian Party of Marion County Elects New Officers

LPMC Contact: Sean Shepard, 317.513.2406 or by email at sshepard94@gmail.com

LPMC Website: http://www.indylp.org

Indianapolis, IN (January 16, 2009) — The Libertarian Party of Marion County elected Timothy J. Maguire to lead the County Party for the next two years.

Maguire is a former candidate for City County Council at Large and on Monday, January 12 was unanimously approved by the City County Council to be reappointed to the Board of Zoning Appeals Division I.

Maguire is joined by other newly elected officers: Ed Angleton, John Meuser, and Jim Majdak. Vice Chairman Ed Angleton is a former candidate for State House District 100, Secretary John Meuser is a former candidate for State House District 99, and Treasurer Jim Majdak is a former Libertarian Party officer from Lake County.

“We are very excited about the current direction of the party,” Chairman Timothy Maguire said Tuesday night. “We’ve been experiencing an explosive growth of membership and participation this year. The broken promises of the old parties have disenfranchised many voters on the right and left, and our new team is uniquely poised to promote the cause of liberty over the coming years.”

The Libertarian Party of Marion County is the largest affiliated county within the Libertarian Party of Indiana.

For more information, or to arrange an interview, please contact Sean Shepard at 317.513.2406 or by email at sshepard94@gmail.com.

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The Libertarian Party is the third largest political party in the United States, and is the only non-major party with ballot access in the state of Indiana. Libertarians believe in being SERVED by a small non-intrusive government that is financially responsible, administratively competent and socially tolerant.

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For more information on the Libertarian Party of Marion County visit: www.indylp.org