Chuck Moulton will receive a M.A. in Economics from San Jose State University right before the convention and will begin working towards a Ph.D. in Economics at George Mason University in the fall. (GMU and SJSU are world renowned for free-market/Austrian Economics.) In addition he holds a J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and a B.S. in Mathematics from Rochester Institute of Technology. In law school he was elected to the student government and started a Libertarian club.
Chuck is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and California. In 2006 he was a law clerk for the Cato Institute, working with the Center for Constitutional Studies. In 2007 while attending Auburn University, Chuck lived a block away from the Mises Institute and frequently attended its seminars. This semester he is a teaching assistant for Professor Jeff Hummel.
Chuck registered as a Libertarian the day he turned 18. He is a Life Member of the Libertarian Party and pledges $100/month to the national LP. Chuck served as Chair of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania and in numerous other LPPA positions, including Montgomery County Representative, Election Committee Chair, and Secretary. He also served on the California LP Executive Committee.
Chuck is the incumbent Vice-Chair of the Libertarian National Committee. He is a Registered Parliamentarian with an in-depth knowledge of Robert's Rules of Order. Chuck chaired the 2/17/2008 LNC meeting and half the 7/3/2006 LNC meeting, filling in for Bill Redpath. During the prior term he served as Region 5E Alternate. Chuck had perfect attendance both terms. In addition he served as Secretary of the Libertarian National Congressional Committee and is on the board of Rock the Debates.
Chuck ran for U.S. Congress as a Libertarian in 2004 (then 25 years old). He participated in 5 televised debates with his Republican and Democrat opponents, set up hundreds of yard signs, and spread the libertarian message in numerous newspaper, radio, and television interviews.
Chuck’s other hobbies include chess, poker, bridge, juggling, unicycling, television, and reading.