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Michael Jingozian

Michael Jingozian
Vice Chairman of the Libertarian National Committee
In office
Preceded by Chuck Moulton
Succeeded by Mark W. Rutherford
Personal details
Born Michael Paul Jingozian
(1961-04-30) April 30, 1961
Watertown, Massachusetts
Political party Libertarian Party
Residence Sherwood, Oregon
Profession CEO of AngelVision Technologies

Michael Paul Jingozian (born April 30, 1961) is an [3]

2008 Presidential campaign

Jingozian declared his candidacy for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination in October 2006. Although he had never held public office, Jingozian sought to leverage his skills as a successful marketing-communications entrepreneur to deliver his campaign messages.[4]


  1. ^ The Portland Sentinel
  2. ^ AngelVision (Meet the Team)
  3. ^ American Marketing Association (2011 Award Winners)
  4. ^ “Party Animal,” Libertarian presidential hopeful Michael Jingozian explains why he’s qualified to be America’s chief executive officer. Portland Monthly, May 2008
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