- Republicans Raid New Nassau Libertarian Party
- Rogue politicos seek to take over newly recognized Libertarian Party
- Candidate Roster (2019)
- Press Conference Announcement – Nassau County Libertarian Party candidates held a press conference in response to Nassau GOP arrest and ongoing corruption scandal.
- Libertarian Party evicted from the Long Island Fair at the Old Bethpage Village Restoration
- Diane Madden stops abusive animal show
- Interview with Francis X. McQuade
- Interview with Diane Madden
- Interview with Jake Gutowitz
- Candidates and Principles – A discussion of local Nassau County problems through the lens of a Libertarian. Nassau County LP is leading the fight to restore government to its intended purpose
- A discussion of local Nassau County problems through the lens of a Libertarian – Nassau County LP is leading the fight to restore government to its intended purpose, with Vice Chairman of the Libertarian Party Alex Merced
- Personal Liberty – Nassau County LP is leading the fight to restore government to its intended purpose
- GOP Contenders, Nation Building and 2A
- Economic Liberty – We discuss the Free Market and how it effects Nassau Residents
- Libertarian Solutions to State Problems – with Kevin Warmhold from The Brian Nichols Show
- Tax Assessment will force you out!
- Taxes, Infrastructure, Legalizing Drugs and Minimum Wage – by Jonathan Gunther, Nassau County Libertarian Party
As you may be aware, our current Bylaws for the Nassau County
Libertarian Party do not sufficiently comply with New York State
Accordingly, I have prepared a new set of “Party Rules”, which I believe
will serve us well as a Libertarian Party county committee.
Under the new rules, the County Committee is analogous to our current
membership, and the Executive Committee would be analogous to our
current County Committee.
Please review the new Party Rules and be prepared to consider
them at the annual convention on August 13 (7 pm, Landmark Diner).
Comments welcome, but please let me know by Sunday. FYI, the portions
in RED are nearly verbatim from the election law, with citations
following each portion.
Blay Tarnoff, Chair
Nassau County Libertarian Party