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Art Robinson to run for Oregon GOP Chairmanship

Former congressional candidate Art Robinson announced late Wednesday that he is running for the chairmanship of the Oregon Republican Party.

Robinson, who ran unsuccessfully against Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., in 2010 and 2012, announced his plans at a meeting of the Lane County Republican Party Executive Committee, according to a press release from one of his sons, Noah.

Noah Robinson confirmed his father's candidacy in a brief telephone interview but there was no immediate comment from Robinson himself.


Art Robinson was endorsed by Ron Paul in 2010 and 2012 during his runs for Congress. You can find more about his views here:

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Art deserves this

He deserves better but at least this !


A sweet attempt at justice...

A sweet attempt at justice... We badly NEED the GOP chairmanship of each state in the hands of strict constitutionalists. Only then might we be successful at the national convention. The GOP laughably expects people to donate to their party at lower levels while the upper echelon remains totally corrupt. When the upper echelons (MINIMUM of state chairmanship) are firmly under our control, then my conscience would be freed to financially support the state party, i.e. until all political parties can be properly eliminated.

Art Robinson is a true Friend

Art Robinson is a true Friend of Liberty. One very smart man.

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I hope he does win the Oregon GOP chairmanship.

That deep-blue state sure needs somebody who can make debates on individual LIBERTY exciting and acceptable to teachers' union types :-)