Who says there’s not upward mobility in Illinois politics?
The party’s press release follows:
Libertarians Elect Brady, As Chair, Illinois Libertarian Party
The Libertarian Party of Illinois elected David A. Brady as Chair at their yearly meeting held in Oakbrook near Chicago yesterday afternoon.
“Good things are to come in the next two years”, said Brady, a 45-year-old resident from Wonder Lake in McHenry County. “We know the issues in our state, counties and towns. We accept the challenge and refuse to fail.”
In his statements during the meeting Brady said that he is committed to Rejuvenating, Revitalizing, Reorganizing and Repackaging the Illinois Libertarian Party. “We have the right message for our times. We need more messengers to stand up and say; Here I am, send me!”
In addition to this position, Brady is the Chair of the McHenry County Libertarian Party and a member of the Libertarian National Committee. Brady has also been the former Eastern Vice-Chair & Chair of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania. Brady is an 18 year veteran of the US Armed Forces, to include service with NATO.
Founded in 1971, the Libertarian Party is the third largest political party in the state and the nation, with over 500 elected and appointed officials currently serving in office nationwide. Like the Founding Fathers, Libertarians believe that you have a God-given, inalienable right to conduct your life as you see fit, without interference, so long as you respect the rights and property of others. As a result, Libertarians favor a small, responsible government. Libertarians agree with the traditional Republican values of economic freedom and low taxes, and with the Democratic values of personal freedom and civil liberties.
For more information about the Libertarian Party of Illinois, the public is invited to contact the LPI at www.lpillinois.com or at 800-735-1776.
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In the photo of the McHenry County Fair booth this summer, Jim Young is in the foreground, Bill Baruth sits in the background and Mike Brady is sitting to the left.