Executive Committee

County Party Officers

Chair - James Aragon

James was born in Ventura, CA and graduated Oxnard High School in 1993. He retired from the Air Force after 20 years as an intelligence analyst. After retirement, he spent time in Atlanta, GA and Phoenix, AZ before returning to Oxnard in 2017. He is a compliance auditor in the financial services industry and has three boys.

Vice Chair - Austin Jackson

Been a registered Libertarian since 18 except for a short few months to try to vote Ron Paul in for the Republicans in 2012. Was active on both Moorpark and CSUN campus for libertarian and Constitutional ideals. Has interned in Washington DC and is now a Sub for LAUSD and considering Law School.

  

Secretary - Mark Suarez

Mark Suarez came to the U.S. from the Philippines in 1988. He has lived in various parts of the U.S., but primarily the San Fernando Valley. Mark graduated from Granada Hills High School and earned his Bachelor of Arts in Dramatic Arts from U.C. Davis. He currently works in Glendale in the health information management field.

Treasurer / Membership Chair - Susan Aquino
Susan Aquino stopped worrying about what others would think and joined the Libertarian Party in the early 90’s. The main pull for her was minimizing the sense of entitlements, and nurturing responsibility for one’s own life. Susan did not agree with every LP issue, but the platform was still miles above the other parties. Susan is a former LPVC Chair and Secretary, has attended many state conventions and four national conventions. She is retired from the US Postal Service, Human Resources division, and also spent her later years as a small town Postmaster. You’ll find her experiencing the private sector in her retirement job as a grocery cashier.

Committee Chairs

 

Media Chair

Jeff first became a member of the LP around 1990. He is well-read in libertarian philosophy, and advocates peace, harmony, justice, and compassion by ending all U.S. foreign military interventions; returning all U.S. troops home from abroad; ending the insane and racist War on Drugs; ending governmental barriers to entrepreneurship, employment and housing; massively reducing the size and cost of government; allowing free markets, free trade, and free monetary systems to usher in a new era of prosperity; and eliminating counterproductive barriers to legal and honest immigration.

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