Libertarian National Congressional Committee
Officers and Board of Directors
|Chair, Director |
|Vice Chair |
|Director (LNC Chair) |
The Libertarian National Congressional Committeeor "LNCC" is a hill committee created by the LNC for the purpose of electing Libertarians to the US Congress.
The LNCC was created by act of the Libertarian National Committee at its meeting in February 2005. Formal Acts of Incorporation were approved later that year.
The LNCC is modeled after the Democratic and Republican equivalents, the DCCC and the NRCC. The Committee will provide monetary as well as information support to Libertarian candidates and other activities along those lines.
Although the name includes the word "congressional", donating to state-level candidates is not prohibited by the law, and the thought was that state legislative races were closer to being within reach of the libertarian community's limited resources. The stated consensus of the Committee at its inception was to support candidates for state legislature.
Board members supply almost all of the Committee's funding.
Contributions to qualify for membership may be in cash or in-kind (in other words, labor can be expended on behalf of the Committee to satisfy the dues requirement).
The LNCC's financial reports are available from the Federal Election Commission website.
As of August 19, 2010, the LNCC.org website is down for overhaul. The current registrant of LNCC.org is Alicia Mattson.
Past Officers and Directors
M Carling, chair
Bill Redpath, LNC chairman board member
Bill Hall, director, legal counsel
Marc Montoni, database manager
Chuck Moulton, webmaster, secretary
Bill Redpath, treasurer
Aaron Starr, treasurer