Posts tagged: Oregon

Apr 29 2013

Updates on Oregon Libertarian Party

Source: Independent Political Report

First: The directors of the Oregon LP were elected by proportional representation through mail ballots for the upcoming term. These are the people who were selected: Wes Wagner, Jeff Weston, Bruce Knight, Jim Karlock, Sharon Durbin, Lars Hedbor, Joe Tabor, Kyle Markley and Mark Vetanen. They will choose a chairperson from among themselves.

Second: Here is the legal filing that is a reply to The Wagner group’s response for his Read more »

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Apr 22 2013

Updated Court Filings for Lawsuit Regardng the Libertarian Party of Oregon

Source: Independent Political Report

In the interest of continuity and transparency, here is a summary of the pending court filings for the Oregon LP dispute. Background can be found by putting “Oregon Libertarian Party” in IPR’s searchbox. There are now more than fifty articles chronicling the past two years.

LPO Motions for Summary Judgement Read more »

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Apr 03 2013

Posting of Transcripts from Depositions Taken by Reeves Group’s Attorney in Oregon LP Lawsuit

Source: Independent Political Report

The attorney for the Reeves group has filed the transcripts for the depositions taken from Wes Wagner, Jeff Weston, and Mark Vetenan. They are posted below.

Continue reading at Independent Political Report.

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Mar 25 2013

Update on Libertarian Party of Oregon’s Lawsuit

Source: Independent Political Report

Previously, the Wagner group filed a Motion for Summary Judgement against the lawsuit filed by the Reeves group. Here is that information.

On Thursday of last week, the Reeves group filed a Motion for Summary Judgement against the Wagner group. It is in the following link:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/132342022/Motion-for-Partial-Summary-Judgment-P0325823
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Feb 21 2013

Wagner’s LPO Group Files Motion for Summary Judgement

Source: Independent Political Report

The attorney for the Libertarian Party of Oregon, led by chairman Wes Wagner, has filed a motion for a summary judgement in the lawsuit by the faction headed by chairman Tim Reeves. A summary judgement, according to Wikipedia , is a “judgement entered by a court for one party and against another party summarily, i.e., without a full trial.” The article continues, explaining that a party “applying for summary judgement is attempting Read more »

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Jan 15 2013

Reeves Oregon Group Explains Their Decision to Incorporate

Source: Independent Political Report

This letter was sent to the members of the Libertarian National Committee this morning.

January 15, 2013
Subject: Updating the Status of the Libertarian Party of Oregon activities

Dear Members of the Libertarian National Committee, Inc.

We understand that you have recently been contacted by Mr. Wagner and his attorney regarding our Read more »

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Jan 10 2013

LP Radicals Road Trip: Texas, Arizona, Nevada, California and Oregon, Starts January 18

Source: Independent Political Report

William Sparkman via LP Radicals facebook:

Finally, getting things squared away so I can hit the road. On Jan. 18, Myself (William Sparkman), Thomas Hill and Paulie will be hitting the road for at least two weeks. We would like to get together with radicals along the way to discuss re-radicalizing the party, and promoting our pure principles. No more pandering to the duopoly. If you reside in El Paso, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles county, up Read more »

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Jan 10 2013

New City Council President in Corvallis, Oregon, is a Green Party Member

Source: Ballot Access News

On January 7, the Corvallis, Oregon city council met and selected Richard Hervey as the Council President. The City Council has 9 members, each elected from one of nine wards. The elections are non-partisan. Two members of the city council, Hervey, and Michael Beilstein, are registered members of the Green Party. In Oregon, the name of the Green Party is the Pacific Green Party. Thanks to Blair Bobier for this news. Read more »

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Dec 30 2012

In A Few States, Presidential Candidates Appeared on Ballot Even Though they had No Presidential Elector Candidates

Source: Ballot Access News

Minor parties appeared on the presidential ballot in a few states last month, even though they submitted no presidential elector candidates. The Libertarian Parties of Nevada and West Virginia didn’t submit any presidential elector candidates. The Green Parties of Oregon and West Virginia didn’t submit any, either.

When a party submits no presidential elector candidates, it is admitting that it is certain it won’t carry Read more »

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Dec 28 2012

LSLA Members Discuss Allowing Wes Wagner To Their Mailing List

Source: Independent Political Report

The Libertarian State Leadership Alliance is an organization whose stated mission is: “The mission of the LSLA is to support local state affiliates of the Libertarian Party”.

It has been discussed here on IPR a few times that Wes Wagner, who is currently the chairperson of the Libertarian Party of Oregon as recognized by the Secretary of State in Oregon, and the Judical Committee of the Libertarian National Committee, has not been included in their mailings. However, Read more »

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