Hello, I'mNick Sarwark

Candidate for Chairman of the Libertarian National Committee
Why Stick with Nick?

Stick with Nick

Since my re-election in 2016 at the national convention in Orlando, the Libertarian Party has achieved historic success. Our Presidential ticket tripled previous records, our party has ballot access in more states after a Presidential election than ever before, and we’re getting ballot access back in places like Ohio. We’ve added staff to improve development, media relations, and candidate recruitment and support, in addition to the affiliate support efforts started during my first term as Chair. More elected officials from the old parties are defecting to the Libertarian Party than we’ve seen in over a decade. It would be my honor if you would re-elect me to continue growing our party at the national convention in New Orleans.
As a second-generation Libertarian, I've been active in the Libertarian Party since 1999, my entire adult life. My previous service to the Libertarian Party includes being Chair of the Libertarian Party of Maryland, Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Colorado, member of the national Bylaws Committee and Judicial Committee. Since July 2014, I have served as Chairman of the Libertarian National Committee.
After careers in computer science and law, I moved back to my native Arizona to join the family business, the oldest independent car dealership in Phoenix, Sarwark's Consolidated Auto Sales. My wife Valerie and I have four wonderful children, Ruth, Joel, Ava, and Zane.

Where we've Been

Since I was elected Chairman, we've had some great successes. A few examples are:

Where We're Going

  • Over 1,000 candidates across the country, more than we've had in over 15 years.
  • 50 state + DC ballot access in back-to-back Presidential elections for the first time since the mid-1990s.
  • Providing tools and support to state affiliates to empower them to organize and move public policy in a Libertarian direction at the state and local level.
  • Developing issue campaigns and other efforts to prospect to people who are not Libertarian yet.
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