Libertarian Party of Indiana Slates 2016 Candidates

Libertarian Party of Indiana Slates 2016 Candidates

The Libertarian Party of Indiana met at the Wyndham Hotel on Indy’s Westside this past weekend and nominated their candidates for Governor of Indiana and Lt. Governor as well as candidates for federal and state offices. The Libertarian Party of Indiana nominates state and federal candidates at convention at no cost to the Indiana taxpayers unlike the other parties.

The State Chair Joe Hauptmann says the party plans to fill the rest of the federal office slate prior to the state’s late June deadline.

Candidates nominated in convention:
Governor: Rex Bell
Lieutenant Governor: Karl Tatgenhorst
US Senate: Lucy Brenton
US House #1: Donna Dunn
US House #4: Steven Mayoras
US House #6: Rich Turvey
US House #7: Drew Thompson
US House #8: Andrew Horning
US House #9: Russell Brooksbank
IN Senate #10: Gerard Arthus
IN Senate #20: Donald Rainwater
IN Senate #30: Zach Roberts
IN Senate #32: Shane Zoellner
IN House #7: James Gillen
IN House #21: Ethan Legg
IN House #24: Erol Ali Cetinok
IN House #25: Franklyn Voorhies
IN House #33: Zeb Sutton
IN House #53: Rick Brown
IN House #65: Duncan Adams
IN House #71: Thomas Keister
IN House #86: Ethan Owens
IN House #90: Douglas McNaughton

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