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AO 2016-22

2 Libertarian State Committees

Summary

Status as state party committee of national party.

Documents

Final opinion December 08, 2016
Date Name Document type
12/08/2016 AO 2016-22 Final Opinion
12/08/2016 Vote Votes
12/06/2016 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 16-67-B Draft Documents
12/02/2016 Withdrawal of 4 of the 6 Libertarian State Committees Withdrawal of Request
11/30/2016 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 16-67-A Draft Documents
11/01/2016 Request by 6 Libertarian State Committees AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Alaska Libertarian Party, Inc. Party committee, state or local
Requestor Libertarian Party of Georgia, Inc. Party committee, state or local
Requestor Libertarian Party of Maine, Inc. Party committee, state or local
Requestor Libertarian Party of Minnesota Party committee, state or local
Requestor Libertarian Party of Tennessee Party committee, state or local
Requestor South Dakota Libertarian Party Party committee, state or local
Counsel/Representative DB Capitol Strategies PLLC Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Sirois, Christina Individual