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PARTY INFORMATION

Abbreviation

L

Website

Link

Country

United States

Founded

00/00/1944

Disbanded

01/01/2003

Priority

200

Database Record

Posted 1/27/2006, Updated 6/30/2012

Historic Overview

The Liberal Party was organized as a workingman's party in New York State when the older American Labor Party began to take a more socialist flavor than earlier. After the demise of the ALP in the early 1950s, the Liberal Party played the role of evaluating the nominees of the two major parties and either endorsing one or nominating someone else. The Party lost its ballot status following the 2002 elections.


NEWS

Date

Category

Headline

10/6/2009 8:00 am

News

Ray Harding, former head of NY Liberal party, pleads guilty to taking $800K in pension fund scandal

2/25/2003 5:47 pm

General

Liberal Party Out of Business


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12/13/2004

2004-2005 OCFL Championship - Regular Season

Girlie Men

6.72%

11/2/2004

US Senate - National Vote

Liberal Party Control

0.04%

8/10/2004

OC President- Liberal Caucus endorsement

Valerie S

0.00%

8/10/2004

OC President- Liberal Caucus endorsement

John Krause

50.00%

8/9/2004

OC President- The real Liberal Caucus

Scott T

2.70%

8/9/2004

OC President- The real Liberal Caucus

Valerie S

13.51%

8/9/2004

OC President- The real Liberal Caucus

John Krause

24.32%

8/9/2004

OC President- The real Liberal Caucus

Greg "SC-Conservative" Jones

0.00%

8/9/2004

OC President- The real Liberal Caucus

Sheep Farmer

40.54%

8/9/2004

OC President- The real Liberal Caucus

Jobu

2.70%

11/5/2002

NY State Senate Popular Vote

Liberal Party Control

0.46%

11/5/2002

NY Lt. Governor

Charlie King

0.34%

11/5/2002

NY Assembly 125

Daniel Lowry Lamb

1.02%

11/5/2002

NY Assembly 12

Sol Hamill

0.43%

11/5/2002

NY Governor

Andrew Cuomo

0.34%

11/5/2002

NY Assembly 63

Francis O'Callaghan

0.74%

11/5/2002

NY State Senate 21

Lori Knipel

1.20%

11/5/2002

NY Assembly 13

Willie Jones

0.43%

11/5/2002

NY Assembly 17

Jacqueline Maron

0.50%

11/5/2002

NY Assembly 22

Ethel Chen

2.02%

11/5/2002

NYC Civil Court - Kings Countywide

Marcia J. Sikowitz

0.73%

11/5/2002

NY State Senate 06

Patricia Maher

0.78%

11/5/2002

US Senate - National Vote

Liberal Party Control

0.08%

9/10/2002

Niagara County Family Court - L Primary

Shelley A. Truex

46.46%

9/10/2002

Niagara County Family Court - L Primary

David E. Seaman

53.54%

2/12/2002

NY Assembly 56 Special

Richard Taylor

4.36%

2/12/2002

NY Assembly 19 Special

John P. Hagan

0.11%

11/6/2001

New York City Council 07

Mario A. Torres

6.26%

11/6/2001

New York City Council 34

Jorge Vazquez

1.36%

11/6/2001

New York City Mayor

Alan Hevesi

0.70%


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