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Article IX – Amendments

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

Section 1 The Central Committee may, by two-thirds vote of the seated members, make non-substantive changes in order to correct errors in standard American usage, numbering, or in reference to the Ohio Revised Code. Section 2 This Constitution may be amende...

Bylaw 340 – Standard Operating Procedures

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1 (Manual) The Executive Committee must create and maintain the Standard Operating Procedure Manual for the Party. The Standard Operating Procedure Manual may be organized and maintained in any format deemed reasonable by the Executive Committee. The ...

Bylaw 330 – Party Logo and Brand

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1 (Approval) The Executive Committee of the Party shall approve and enforce the use of any Party logo and brand. The official logo and its variations will be kept by the Executive Committee Secretary as pursuant to Bylaw 310, Section 3D of these Bylaw...

Bylaw 320 - Budgets and Expenses

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1 (Budget) The Party shall have an annual budget, fixed to the calendar year, which shall be approved by the Executive Committee and available to any Party member upon request. Section 2 (Expenses) All expenses must be approved by the Executive Comm...

Bylaw 315 - Censure/Punitive Action of Internal Management

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1 (Applicability) Members of Internal Management, which includes members and officers of the Executive Committee and Central Committee, or appointees of either committee, may be formally accused by the Central Committee of misconduct or neglect of dut...

Bylaw 310 - Executive Committee Officers

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1 (Chair) The Chair of the Executive Committee will have the following duties, responsibilities, and restrictions: A. Maintain and direct the operation of the party headquarters. B. At the discretion of the Chair, conduct business between meetings u...

Bylaw 300 – Executive Committee

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1 (Paid Staff) The Executive Committee may hire paid staff (W2 employees and contractors), subject to a roll-call vote that will be included in the Executive Committee’s meeting minutes. A. The Executive Committee shall set job descriptions and overs...

Bylaw 200 - Central Committee

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1 (Elections) In even numbered years, two representatives shall be elected from each U.S. Congressional district or State Senate district in the State to serve on the Central Committee for a term of two years or until a new Central Committee is electe...

Bylaw 120 - Internal Election of Candidates for Central Committee and Executive Committee

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1 (Candidate Options) For all internal elections, the winning candidate shall be selected from among the several candidates and “None of the Above.” Section 2 (Voting Procedures) Elections will be held using instant runoff voting methods.  The Centr...

Bylaw 100 - Membership

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1  Membership in the party shall conform to Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution of the Libertarian Party of Ohio. Section 2 (If no ballot access) In the event the Secretary of State denies ballot access to the Libertarian Party of Ohio: member...

Article VIII – Miscellaneous

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

Section 1 There shall be a set of Bylaws, in conformity with this Constitution, which may be adopted, changed, and repealed by: A. A majority vote of the Central Committee. Bylaw changes to be considered for adoption by the Central Committee shall be communi...

The Constitution of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

The LPO Constitution is our primary controlling document. It can be changed or amended only by votes of the delegation at our state convention.

Article VII – Conventions

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

Section 1 The party shall hold regular Conventions in accordance with section 3513.11 of the Ohio Revised Code and the Party Bylaws, and at least during every Presidential Election year. Section 2 A special Convention shall be held upon petitions of 10% of ...

Article VI – Local Organizations

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

Section 1 The Party shall only recognize and be affiliated with those county Affiliates which meet the following: A. Elect a Controlling Committee (normally during even numbered years at a county convention.) i. A County Controlling Committee shall consist ...

Article V – Executive Committee

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

Section 1 A State Executive Committee (herein referred to as Executive Committee) shall be elected from Supporting Members by the Central Committee as specified by Party Bylaws and the Ohio Revised Code. This election shall be held by secret ballot. A. The E...

Article IV – Central Committee

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

Section 1 The controlling Committee of the Party shall be called the State Central Committee of the Party (hereafter referred to as the Central Committee). The Central Committee shall be elected in accordance with the Party Bylaws. Section 2 The Central Com...

Article III – Internal Officer and Delegate Qualifications

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

Section 1 No person may receive endorsement or vote on any motion, resolution, nomination, or internal election at any caucus, convention, meeting, or conference of the Party who does not affirm the Constitution of the United States of America and the Constit...

Article II – Membership

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

Section 1 A Basic Member is defined as an Ohio resident who has affirmed the following pledge: "I hereby certify that I do not believe in or advocate the initiation of force as a means of achieving political or social goals." A Supporting Member is defined a...

Article I – Constitution and Laws

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

Section 1 Nothing herein shall conflict with the Constitution of the United States of America, the laws of the United States of America, the Constitution of the State of Ohio, and the laws of the State of Ohio. Section 2 Any matter which is determined to co...

Preamble

The Constitution of the Libertarian Par...

We the members of the Libertarian Party in Ohio, in order to nominate, endorse, support, and elect candidates, and to support issues best representative of the ideals of libertarianism, do ordain and establish this Constitution and hereby establish the Liberta...

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

The bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio (the “Party”), Ohio’s official affiliate of the national Libertarian Party, govern its operating guidelines and promote the cause of liberty. The Constitution of the Libertarian Party of Ohio authorizes the Central C...

Bylaw 500 - National Conventions

Bylaws of the Libertarian Party of Ohio

Section 1 (Delegation Priority) The Party will be represented by delegates and alternates at the National Libertarian Convention by members of the State Party or by certified candidates for partisan office under the Libertarian label (LP). Delegates and alter...