The Libertarian Party of Oregon plans to hold its nominating convention in June.
What does LPO stand for?
LPO stands for Libertarian Party of Oregon (est. 1971)
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We have 81 other meanings of LPO in our Acronym Attic
- Law Practice Optimization
- Le Pas Opton (La Vendee, France)
- Lead Project Office
- Leading Petty Officer
- Lean Promotion Office
- Least Principle of Omniscience
- Left Posterior Oblique
- Legal Process Offshoring
- Legal Process Outsourcing
- Libertarian Party of Ohio
- Library Partition Option (data storage)
- Licensed Post Office (Australia)
- Licensed Program Offering
- Licensed Prosthetist Orthotist
- LightPath Object (optical link)
- Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseuax (France)
- Limited Practice Officer
- Limited Principle of Omniscience (mathematics)
- Limited Purchase Order
- Linear Phase Output
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Joseph Cornwell, vice chairman of the Libertarian Party of Oregon, said his counterparts in Washington oppose the new format because it makes it harder for third parties to access the general election ballot.
That lack of a cohesive ideology could cause trouble for the party down the road, said longtime Libertarian Party of Oregon activist Richard Burke.
Richard Burke, arguing for the measure's defeat, is executive director of the Libertarian Party of Oregon.
Those arguing against Measure 28 include the Oregon Republican Party, the Libertarian Party of Oregon and the Taxpayer Association of Oregon, the group founded by tax reform activist Don McIntire.
engineering, University of Maryland, 1981 Residence: Eugene Endorsements: Lane County Commissioner Anna Morrison; Eugene City Councilor Pat Farr; Libertarian Party of Oregon Chairman Mitch Shults; Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Thomas Cox; Oregon Citizens for a Sound Economy Contact: (541) 689-8873, www.
VALORIE HOLLOWAY (L) Age: 53 Family: Husband Charles Holloway, two grown daughters Civic experience: None Occupation: Retired Hewlett-Packard technician Education: High school graduate Residence: Coos Bay Endorsements: Libertarian Party of Oregon Contact: (541) 888-0870.
Byline: The Register-Guard When the Libertarian Party of Oregon nominated Tom Cox of Hillsboro as its candidate for governor recently, the immediate speculation was that he would pull votes that would normally have gone to Republican nominee Kevin Mannix.