Leadership

Victoria ReynoldsState Chairman: Victoria Reynolds

Contact: statechair@lpcolorado.org

Victoria Reynolds has been active at the local and state level since 2016, first as a volunteer coordination for Douglas county in the presidential election, then, as the chairman of the Libertarian Party Development Group of Denver. Prior to her election as Chairman Victoria previously held the position of Fundraising Director for the Libertarian Party of Colorado and has created a culture of monthly phone banking that she hopes to continue into the future. </p

Victoria has expressed that as Chairman her primary objectives within the party are to find the best resources for educating, empowering and engaging future LP leaders by focusing on winning races and building the LP from the grassroots up. With her background of creating frameworks and mechanisms of activation for activists, and affiliates; she hopes to bring the Colorado group into the limelight with her message of hope, teamwork and commitment.


Eric MulderVice Chair: Eric Mulder

Contact: vicechair@lpcolorado.org

Eric Mulder is a Libertarian from Aurora, Colorado. He has served in several roles in the Libertarian Party including Arapahoe County Outreach Director, Fundraising Director, Arapahoe County Chair, and ran for Sheriff of Arapahoe County in 2018. He is a graphic designer and studied at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design.


Michael LopezCampaigns Director: Michael Lopez

Contact: campaignsdirector@lpcolorado.org

Michael Lopez is a freelance writer, entrepreneur, and Colorado Libertarian who is dedicated to protecting the union that our founders established for us. You can read more of his thoughts at deadletters.org.


Steve GallantAffiliate Development Director: Steve Gallant

Contact: affiliatesdirector@lpcolorado.org

Always libertarian, Steven Gallant became a Libertarian in 1993 while living in the Belly of the Beast. There, he worked at the Libertarian Party National headquarters, maintaining the membership database. After obtaining his graduate degree, Gallant worked for several “beltway bandits” and federal government agencies, experiencing firsthand government profligacy and incompetence. After moving to Colorado in 1999, he became active in the Jefferson County Libertarian affiliate as well as the state party. Gallant has run for public office several times at the county and municipal level. Gallant has served in several state board positions and he looks forward to helping the party continue its record growth.


Stacy PettyCommunications Director: Stacy Petty

Contact: communicationsdirector@lpcolorado.org

Stacy is a Colorado native, now living in the mountains trying to fulfill the dream of limiting Government in her life. Her political activity has been mostly writing, engaging the common man, and asking individuals to question societal premises. She also hosted a radio show, doing the same type of outreach; hearts and minds, which she believes is the most effective means to spread the LP ideology. Ultimately, her goal is to assist the individual in understanding the value of themselves, and the how the reach of government needs to grossly limited. Additionally, being self employed for 25 years, she understands the struggle of the small business owner, and how detrimental the government is for some of the hardest working people in this country.


Mike SpaldingSecretary: Mike Spalding

Contact: secretary@lpcolorado.org

As a near native who has lived in Colorado since he was in High School, Mike is committed to preserving the freedoms that help to make this a great state. He has built and successfully grown a software business, an insurance company, and a real estate business. He is involved in Boy Scouts, an Austrian Economics group, and myriad local activities.

Mike has financially helped the campaigns of several Libertarians and the state and national party. He has provided treasurer and other services for various campaigns and was formerly the treasurer for the Libertarian Party of Colorado. He has been a major participant in several statewide initiatives and helped repeal the sales tax on food in Lakewood. Mike also has run for election a couple of times. He garnered 23% of the vote running for State Representative and was elected to the Ken Caryl Water Board where he currently serves.


Mike_Stapleton.jpgLegislative Director: Michael Stapleton

Contact: legislativedirector@lpcolorado.org

Michael is a Colorado Native, living in Pueblo where has lived and worked most of his adult life. He has always been politically active, a follower of Libertarian philosophy, and an advocate for limited government and maintaining its proper role. His true activism came out with the recall drive against former State Senator Angela Giron after her sponsorship and votes for the anti-gun legislation. After the recalls ended, he did not want to stop, for he could see that our freedoms and liberties were eroding at a rapid pace — all at the hand of government.

Michael attended training at the Center for Self Governance, learning how to be effective in holding government accountable to its proper role and grassroots organizing, and is currently a level 4 student. Mr. Stapleton is ready to put his training to work as a citizen activist to reach a broader base as Legislative Director for LPCO. His goal is to get Libertarians engaged in holding our elected accountable, to inform our friends and neighbors on our Libertarian principles of Individual Liberty, Responsibility, Limited Government and Free Markets, and to grow the Party.


john_hjersman.jpgTreasurer: John Hjersman

Contact: treasurer@lpcolorado.org

John is a California native who moved to Nebraska in 1976 at the age of 29. He moved to Colorado in September, 2013. John graduated from the US Merchant Marine Academy in 1968 and sailed on cargo vessels as a licensed engineer until his retirement in 2012. The last 34 years of his career, John sailed as Chief Engineer for American President Lines. An instinctive libertarian, it wasn’t until his interest in combating erosions to our Second Amendment rights brought his attention to the existence of the Libertarian Party that he became a member of the party in 2000. John has been Treasurer of the Libertarian Party of El Paso County since early 2015. He has always bristled at seatbelt and helmet laws, although he normally chooses to use them. The heavy hand of government diminishes the quality of lives. Let’s live free.


John PickerillMembership Director: John Pickerill

Contact: membershipdirector@lpcolorado.org

John relocated to Pueblo in 2017 from Indiana where he was active in the LP, having established the Libertarian Party of Montgomery County and served as its first chairman. He was a delegate to the 2018 LP National Convention. He has also run for elected office, having been the LP candidate for Indiana House District 41 in 2016 and for Colorado Senate District 3 in 2018. His primary focus as Membership Director is to persuade as many LPCO members as possible to become activists and candidates.


Brandon WarkOutreach Director: Brandon Wark

Contact: outreachdirector@lpcolorado.org

A Colorado native, Brandon discovered libertarian philosophy through Lew Rockwell, and L. Neil Smith. In 2012, Brandon ventured overseas, traveling the world while working aboard cruise ships. Concerned over the threats to our freedoms, Brandon decided to get involved in the Colorado political scene where he has done everything from campaign work to a stint at the State Capitol. Now, Brandon is excited to spread the philosophy of freedom, in order to hold politicians accountable, and advocate for the rights of the individual.


Angela PlummerFundraising Director: Angela Plummer

Contact: fundraisingdirector@lpcolorado.org

Angela K. Plummer has been a proclaimed libertarian for 20 years and an active member of the Libertarian Party for 11 years. She has recently moved from California where she served on the board of Contra Costa County. She currently resides in Glenwood Springs, CO and hopes to bring greater libertarian engagement to the Western Slope.


Staff Volunteers


Coming SoonWelcome Committee: Marc Montoni

Contact: welcome@lpcolorado.org

Marc Montoni joined the Libertarian Party in 1980. From 1985 to 2016, he served the Virginia chapter of the LP in various capacities including chair, vice chair, treasurer, secretary, database manager, and newsletter editor (1985-2012). He started affiliates in many localities in the state, some of which are still meeting to this day. He is a Life member of the national Libertarian Party and a member of the Colorado Libertarian Party since he moved to Mesa County with his family in 2016 due to a job transfer. Currently he is working on getting some activity going in the Grand Junction area, as well as contacting new inquiries to invite them to become supporters of the Libertarian Party at the local, state, and national levels.


Coming SoonTechnology Director: Mike Quinlan

Contact: technologychair@lpcolorado.org

Mike Quinlan is a Colorado native who was born in Denver in 1990. He attended the Colorado School of Mines in Golden from 2008 until 2012 where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. He has been working as a professional software engineer since 2010 at various startups in and around the Denver Metro area. In 2014, he married his wife, Gavin, and bought a house in Northwest Denver.

Mike has always been a strong supporter of personal liberty and fiscal responsibility. After becoming more interested in politics in 2014, he realized that neither major party was putting forth candidates and policies that aligned with his political beliefs. After the 2016 election night (and a few drinks) he registered as a Libertarian and has not looked back.


Coming SoonDatabase Manager: David Aitken

Contact: databasemanager@lpcolorado.org

David has been a registered Libertarian since 1984 and was active in the late 80’s and 90’s as Finance Chair and State Chair. He played a major role in getting minor party status for the party in 1998. Software consulting and database management was his career for 45 years, so managing the party’s database and website is a natural fit.


The Libertarian Party of Colorado supports transparency in government and tries to model this transparency in our own Party. To this end, the Board of Directors now has a publicly-viewable email discussion list for Party members. To view, visit our read-only Google list and you can subscribe with a gmail address to have messages delivered to your email box so that you can be more involved with the business of the Party.

Have a question? Contact us!, by mail at 11757 West Ken Caryl Avenue F124, Littleton, Colorado 80127, or phone (303) 837-9393.

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