Tag Archives: Dave Narby

Narby, Panzella Step Up for State Libertarian Duties

Dave Narby, SILP Secretary, was elected as one of five Members at Large during the recent LPNY State Convention. Danny Panzella (AD 63), was chosen in a special election to assume the post of State Committee Representative.

This is the year for more than the lesser of two evils

Anthony Librera, 2010 candidate for the 60th Assembly District, was recently quoted on SILive.com regarding the need for third-party alternatives to the failing two-party system.
Change doesn’t come from political parties. Change comes from people’s ideas. The two parties in control had their shot at running the government efficiently and they failed equally miserably. [...]

Albany’s next trick: Robbing from Paul to pay Paul

As written by Dave Narby, 2010 Candidate for State Assembly (61st District), and printed in the Staten Island Advance, June 20, 2010:
Albany’s pension Ponzi scheme is now complete. They have decided to make payments to the state’s pension plan… By borrowing from the plan (“State Plan Makes Fund Both Borrower and Lender,” The New York [...]

Dave Narby, Candidate for 61st State Assembly District

A Staten Island resident for over ten years, Dave Narby originally hails from Cortland, NY. First introduced to Libertarianism at age 12 through his politically informed parents, he has been a registered Libertarian for a decade. His father is a business owner and peace activist in Cortland, NY. His mother is a retired NYS [...]

Island Libertarians announce 2010 candidates (Press Release)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact:
Ed Stehlin, Chairman
Staten Island Libertarian Party
917-796-3855
estehlin@statenislandlp.org
Island Libertarians Announce 2010 Candidates
Media Night Wednesday, June 9th
STATEN ISLAND, NY, June 10, 2010 – The Staten Island Libertarian Party announced that they will be running four candidates in the 2010 elections, covering New York’s 13th Congressional District and three New York State Assembly Districts.
Candidates [...]

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