Officer Candidates (known to date)

Chairman:
Daniels, Jeff
Goldberg, Emily
NOTA

Secretary:
none
NOTA

Treasurer:
Robert Allen Pepiton
NOTA

First Vice-Vice Chair:
Stinson, Sean
Wollet, Chad
NOTA

Second Vice-Chair:
Howman, David
Snyder, Lauren
Stinson, Sean
NOTA

Asst. Secretary:
Dalton, Eli 
NOTA

Asst. Treasurer:
Celli, Nick
NOTA

(NOTA = None of the Above)

Speakers:
Jeffrey Singer        https://www.cato.org/people/jeffrey-singer
Germinal Van         https://mises.org/profile/germinal-g-van
Marc Victor            https://attorneysforfreedom.com/attorney-for-freedom-marc-j-victor 

AZLP ByLaws:

1. Statutory Officers: The statutory officers of the Party and State Committee are defined and shall be elected in accordance with Title 16, Chapter 5, Article 2, Arizona Revised Statutes; to wit, the statutory officers of the Party and State Committee shall be: 1) the State Chairman, who is the Chief Executive Officer of the Party and State Committee, 2) the State Secretary of the Party and State Committee, and 3) the State Treasurer, who is the Chief Financial Officer of the Party and State Committee. The State Committee shall elect from its membership the statutory officers at the biennial statutory organizing meeting of the State Committee. All statutory officers shall be elected for a two-year term, shall take office immediately upon election, and shall hold office until their successors are elected or qualified.

2. Nonstatutory Officers: These Bylaws hereby create four nonstatutory officers of the Party and State Committee. The four nonstatutory officers of the Party and State Committee shall be: 1) the State First Vice-Chairman of the Party and State Committee, 2) the State Second Vice-Chairman of the Party and State Committee, 3) the State Assistant Secretary of the Party and State Committee, and 4) the State Assistant Treasurer of the Party and State Committee. The State Committee shall elect from the class A members the non-statutory officers at the biennial statutory organizing meeting of the State Committee. All nonstatutory officers shall be elected for a two-year term, shall take office immediately upon election, and shall hold office until their successors are elected or qualified.

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