Nathan Madden

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Nathan Madden
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Buckeye Union High School District School Board Governor #201
Buckeye Union High School District Governing Board Member
January 2023—Incumbent
Valencia Precinct Committeeman
Maricopa County Libertarian Party
March 2021—Incumbent
Personal Details
Birth: 12-23-1998
Phoenix, Arizona
Party: Libertarian
Twitter: Twitter
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Nathan Madden is an Arizona state party activist and collaborator. Born in Phoenix, Arizona Nathan Madden had always been influenced by the "spirit of the west"; a long standing idea of Freedom, Justice, Independence, and Personal Responsibility. Nathan found the Libertarian Party after the disillusionment of the Republican Parties actions in 2016. Nathan is an avid reader of many Enlightenment Era Philosophers such as Adam Smith, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and John Locke. Nathan's more modern influences are Economists Milton Friedman and Thomas Sowell

Nathan currently works in many supportive roles for the Maricopa County Libertarian Party and the Arizona Libertarian Party.


Buckeye Union High School District School Board Governor #201

Result: Won Race

Term: 2023-current

While in Office:

Arizona State Representative Legislative District 25

Result: Pending


City of Buckeye Library Advisory Board

May 2022- Current

Organizational Positions

Arizona Libertarian Party

  • IT Committee Member - 2021 to 2022
  • Bylaws/Platform Committee Member - 2022 to 2023
  • Policy Committee - 2023 to Current (Committee Suspended until further notice by order of Chairman McFarland)

Maricopa County Libertarian Party

  • Precinct Committeeman - 2020 to current
  • Media Committee Member - 2021 to current
  • IT Committee member - 2021 to current

Activism Efforts

  • Personally Lobbied in favor of Defend the Guard Legislation
    1. Flipped two "undecided" legislators (Sine Kerr & Ken Bennett) to vote in favor of the bill getting it passed through the Arizona State Senate. (The bill never made it to a State House committee for further consideration)
  • Personally Lobbied in favor of anti-corruption and transparency bills for multiple office levels in the State of Arizona and it's political sub-divisions