Leadership


Wayne HarlosChair: Wayne Harlos

Contact:wayne@harlosrealestateteam.com

Wayne is a native of Colorado and after being a Republican for many years, finally realized that no party other than the Libertarian Party stands for the freedoms that our country was founded on. Wayne is the Chair of the Douglas County Development Group with a goal of “spreading the word.” He has a significant passion for gaining liberty for the residents of the State. Wayne has been a Real Estate Broker for 30 years with the last 25 in Castle Rock where he now resides. “My goal is to reduce the size and effect of government in all of our lives.”


Vice-Chair: Richard Pober

Contact: board@lpdc.org

Richard has been a Libertarian member since the 1970's.  He ran for Connecticut State Attorney General in 1998.  When he lived in Westport, Connecticut, he was voted in as a member for the local Representative Town Meeting (RTM).  Prior to moving to Colorado in 2015, he was an attorney for forty years, focused on complex litigation cases. As a result of his professional and personal involvement, he feels the more the government tries to do, the less it does well.

 

 


 

Treasurer: Beatriz Sutton

Contact: board@lpdc.org

Beatriz_Sutton.jpgBeatriz moved to Parker, Colorado in 2009 after living all over the western states. She had identified as a Libertarian since the early 90's while living in California.  The principle of limited governments and personal freedoms attracted her to the party. Fed up with the direction that the 2016 election was going she started attending the monthly meetings for the LP Douglas County group. She happily volunteered to help the group become affiliated and was voted in as treasurer.  Her time is spent at work in the accounting field along with raising two amazing kids with her awesome husband, John.  “Live and let live” is her favorite motto and she spreads this message as much as she can.

 

 


 

Secretary: Kathi Pober

Contact: board@lpdc.org

Kathi hails from New York City as does her husband, Richard Pober.  In the late 1970's, she joined the Libertarian Party of Connecticut, content to find the match for her head-and-heart.  In her travels to numerous countries with Richard, she observed that respect for others and civility are key in coexistence.  During her (35) years of teaching (adaptive) Physical Education in the Stamford Public Schools, in Stamford, Connecticut, her Libertarian beliefs were ingrained in her teaching style.  Now retired and living in Colorado since 2015, she finally has her first Libertarian t-shirt.

 


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Communications Director: Justin Matthew


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