Our Organization

The Libertarian Party of Arapahoe County (LPAC) Board of Directors determine the course of our affiliate. Since our organization is a Political Party Committee, registered with the State of Colorado, we are able to accept donations. Business meetings focus on fundraising, candidate cultivation, outreach development, and other functions needed to grow the Libertarian Party. Arapahoe County residents, who are also members of the Libertarian Party, are eligible to vote at LPAC meetings. If you are eligible to vote at LPAC meetings, and have donated $20 or more in any calendar year, you may vote on issues that require LPAC to spend money.

Please see our Facebook page or The Libertarian Party of Colorado's Meetup page for specific dates and agendas.

Chairperson - Amy Lunde-Provines

Amy Lunde-Provines has lived in Arapahoe County for over seventeen years, and registered as a Libertarian in 2008. The 2012 election cycle spurred her into activism, and she has since become heavily involved in the Libertarian Party at all levels. After a term as Secretary-Treasurer, Amy currently serves as Chair of the Libertarian Party of Arapahoe County. She is also the Regions Director of the Libertarian Party of Colorado, and occasionally helps out with social media graphics and other projects for LP National.

In her personal life, Amy enjoys listening to music (in a car at excessive volume is her preferred method -- perfect for singing along), spending time with friends and family, and she has been a genealogy buff for over a decade.

Secretary-Treasurer - Alan Hayman

Alan's bio is coming soon...






Publicity Director - Vacant

If you are interested in appointment to the Publicity Director position, please contact us.

Outreach Director - Vacant

If you are interested in appointment to the Publicity Director position, please contact us.

Membership Director - Paul Langford

Paul retired from a career in the United States Air Force in Colorado Springs. After being stationed abroad and various places around the US, he decided Colorado was the place he wanted to live. The formation of larger government and crazy spending drove Langford from the Republican Party, where he discovered he never fit with the R's at all. He became a registered Libertarian in 2004.

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