Dr. Tom Stevens was first elected to serve on the 7-member Judicial Committee of the Libertarian Party on Sunday, July 2, 2006 at the Libertarian Party National Convention held in Portland, Oregon.
The seven (7) members of the Judicial Committee elected at that LP National Convention were the following individuals:
Ruth Bennett, Allen Hacker, Nicholas Sarwark and Tom Stevens were re-elected to serve on the Judicial Committee of the Libertarian Party on Monday, May 26, 2008 at the Libertarian Party National Convention held in Denver, Colorado. Joe Cobb, Travis Nicks and David Nolan were also elected and joined them on the Judicial Committee.
The vote totals of all the candidates running for the Judicial Committee at that convention were as follows:
David Nolan - 214 (Elected)
Ruth Bennett - 211 (Elected)
Joe Cobb - 142 (Elected)
Travis Nicks - 129 (Elected)
Nick Sarwark - 122 (Elected)
Allen Hacker - 115 (Elected)
Tom Stevens - 109 (Elected)
Adam Mayer - 104 (Not Elected)
Tim Hagan - 95 (Not Elected)
Michelle Shighal - 90 (Not Elected)
Jon Roland - 79 (Not Elected)
Rock Howard - 77 (Not Elected)
Sean Concanon - 31 (Not Elected)
Dr. Tom Stevens will continue to serve as a member of the Judicial Committee of the Libertarian Party through the upcoming Libertarian Party National Convention in St. Louis, Missouri over Memorial Day weekend in 2010 at which the new members of the Judicial Committee will be elected. For the current term and the immediate past term of office, Dr. Stevens was the only member of the Judicial Committee residing in New York.
Although he will not be running for re-election to the Judicial Committee, Dr. Stevens has every intention of attending the upcoming Libertarian Party National Convention in St. Louis as a delegate from New York State.
Dr. Stevens attended the Libertarian Party National Conventions in Atlanta, Georgia in 2004, in Portland, Oregon in 2006, and in Denver, Colorado in 2008.