Difference between revisions of "Robert Butler"

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(I added that Robert Butler worked in Florida as an aide for Congressman Porter Goss, before Goss became head of NSA, then CIA.)
(Positions: After Dena Bruedigam served as LPO chair upon Jim Babka's recruitment to the Harry Browne campaign, she served as "State Director", which was the preceding yet voluntary position.)
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Revision as of 09:30, 10 July 2014

Robert Butler is a political activist, organizer, consultant, and author. He has served as executive director in both Ohio and Texas, and worked on ballot access litigation that the Ohio party won in 2008. Prior to his activity with Libertarians, he served as an aide to Congressman Porter Goss (R-Florida).


Positions



Preceded by:
Dena Bruedigam
Libertarian Party of Ohio Executive Director
2004-2006
Succeeded by:
vacant
Preceded by:
Wes Benedict
Libertarian Party of Texas Executive Director
2009-2010
Succeeded by:
Rob Lapham