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Arkansas Libertarians Win a Local Partisan Office

Published on November 7, 2012, by in General.

On November 6, Frank Gilbert, Libertarian Party nominee for Constable of DeKalb Township in Grant County, was elected. He ran unopposed, but the office is a partisan office. Gilbert is a former Mayor of Tull, and has been active in the Libertarian Party for many decades.

7 Responses

  1. Arthur C. Barker

    Congratulatons, Frank!

  2. Congratulations to the very first Libertarian ever elected in a partisan race in Arkansas! Thanks, Frank!

  3. George Whitfield

    Congratulations Frank. Best wishes for continued success.

  4. Guest

    So what is the current total for all Libertarians elected to public office, both partisan and non-partisan?

  5. :-)

    YEaaaaaah! Congrats, Frank. @4 I would like to know the numbers as well.

  6. Arthur C. Barker

    LP’s website is presently showing 154 Libertarians holding elected office, 38 partisan and 116 nonpartisan. However, these figures are now outdated since they don’t include Frank Gilbert’s win and possibly other changes.

  7. Scott A. Kohlhaas

    Cometh the hour, cometh the man! Nice work, Frank!

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