Contact Us

Todd Haggerty – Chairman

Susan Parvis – Vice Chair

Secretary – Bill McMillen

Treasurer – Jeff Russell

State Representative – Thomas Timmons

Communications Director – Saywer Parvis


Mark Glogowski – Chairman, LPNY



4 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Diane Streichler

    Hello Recently saw article on Richard Cooper running for governor in local Long Island newspaper. I’m employed by Nassau County and very tired of the politics and rhetoric on both sides. It’s a waste of taxpayers’ time and money. I am willing to dontate time to help Richard Cooper’s efforts to get on the ballot for governor and if I can help in a local L.I. office, please let me know.

    Thank you

    Diane Streichler

    1. Admin Post author

      Diane, Thank you for your interest in our party and candidates. Are you planning on attending the State LPNY Convention? It will be held on April 26, in Albany, Best Western Hotel, 200 Wolf Rd. You can register here, on our site, under the page entitled “2014 LPNY Convention” The LPNY currently has a few candidates running for governor, all will speak at the convention. In the interim, I’ll forward your email address and offer of assistance to Rich. Hope to see you at the convention, My apologies for the last response.

      Todd Haggerty- Chair, CDLP

  2. Rob Brilling

    I’ve been a Libertarian at heart my entire life, but sadly a registered Republican for 30 years, something I can no longer live with. I will be changing my enrollment to Libertarian as soon as I can, which is after the general election. BUT, I just downloaded the form and Libertarian is not a party listed. They have the Greens, even the Women’s Equality Party, but not the Libertarian Party. Why not?

    Do I write the Libertarian Party in? Is there a spelling, capitalization or other requirement? I am determined to change my enrollment….but they do make it difficult.

    1. Eric Sundwall

      Hi Rob,

      Thanks for posting this question on the CDLP website.

      Yes, you have to write-in “Libertarian” in the other field. Unfortunately we do not have automatic ballot access or permanent party status. A ruling in 2004 did allow us to be recognized as Libertarian however. If we can manage 50,000 votes in the gubernatorial race in 2018, we would have that status.

      We look forward to your help in that goal and would encourage you to attend one of our upcoming meetings.


      Eric Sundwall


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